I THINK YOU COULD,
TOO. LET'S DO THAT AGAIN. EXCELLENT, THANK YOU. ANY TIME, SIR.
INF by itself is a
terrible treaty. It is an unequal treaty between an open society, which will obey the treaty,
and a closed society, which never has and never will. But they cannot evade it completely. Many
of the intermediate missiles will have to be destroyed. If there is INF and defense, and SDI, as
President Reagan has suggested, neither of them will work 100 percent. Together, they will be
very useful, if the Europeans, who are rightly afraid of those intermediate missiles, if the
Europeans join us in defense, if we go ahead, as President Reagan has planned, if we work
together, united, both parties, then it could be a real method of preventing war.