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Helen Caldicott; Craig Eisendrath. War in Heaven: The Arms Race in Outer Space. New York: W. W. Norton. 2007. 166pp.

Clayton K. S. Chun. Aerospace Power in the Twenty-First Century: A Basic Primer. Air University Press. 2001. 337pp.

Daniel O. Graham. The Non-Nuclear Defense of Cities: The High Frontier Space-Based Defense Against ICBM Attack. Abt Books. 1983. 152pp.

Kerry L. Hunter. The Reign of Fantasy: The Political Roots of Reagan's Star Wars Policy. Peter Lang. 1992. 181pp.

Thomas H. Karas. The New High Ground: Systems and Weapons of Space Age War. Simon and Schuster. 1983. 224pp.

Kenneth N. Luongo; W. Thomas Wander (editors). The Search for Security in Space. Cornell University Press. 1989. 334pp.

David E. Lupton. On Space Warfare: A Space Power Doctrine. Air University Press. 1988. 149pp.

John W. Macvey. Space Weapons, Space War. Stein and Day. 1979. 245pp.

James Clay Moltz. The Politics of Space Security: Strategic Restraint and the Pursuit of National Interests. Stanford University Press. 2008. 384pp.

Matthew Mowthorpe. The Militarization and Weaponization of Space. Lexington Books. 2004. 251pp.

Michael E. O'Hanlon. Neither Star Wars Nor Sanctuary: Constraining the Military Uses of Space. Brookings Institution Press. 2004. 173pp.

Keith B. Payne (editor). Laser Weapons in Space: Policy and Doctrine. Westview Press. 1983. 230pp.

David Ritchie. Spacewar. Atheneum. 1982. 224pp.

Travis S. Taylor; Bob Boan. An Introduction to Planetary Defense: A Study of Modern Warfare Applied to Extra-Terrestrial Invasion. Universal-Publishers. 2006. 216pp.

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