Rober McNamara on security

1966 speech by Rober McNamara on national and international security
A nation can reach the point at which it does not buy more security for itself simply by buying more military hardware. We are at that point. The decisive factor for a powerful nation already adequately armed is the character of its relationships with the world.” [my emphasis]
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