Chicago: University of Chicago, 1979.
Softcover. Very Good. 9 pp, in original wrappers. Light sunning to wrapper edges, light shelf wear, faint stain to half-title page, else clean. Full text of the address made by Robert S. McNamara at the University of Chicago, May 22, 1979, upon receiving the Albert Pick, Jr. Award. McNamara defends the position that "No nation can avoid the responsibility of providing an appropriate and reasonable level of defense for its society....But what is just as necessary is to understnad that the concept of security encompasses far more than merely military force, and that a society can reach a point at which additional military expenditure no loner provides additional security."