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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD by Jonathan King
CALL FOR A BAN ON THE GENETIC ALTERATION 
OF PATHOGENS FOR DESTRUCTIVE PURPOSES
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER ONE: THE BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION
Origins of the BWC Convention
The BWC Loophole
The Reaganite Neo-Cons
CHAPTER TWO: MAKING BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS
Stages of the Biological Weapons-Making Process
CHAPTER THREE: U.S. GOVERNMENT BIOWARFARE CONTRACTS
American Universities Line Up at the BDRP Trough 
Shaky Scientific Ethics a Biowarfare Problelm?
The Need for Appropriate Biowarfare Contract Review 
CHAPTER FOUR: THE BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS ANTI-TERRORISM ACT OF 1989
The Biotechnology Industry Changes Course
Governmental Resistance to Regulating Biowarfare Research 
The Neo-Cons under Reagan Violate the Biological Weapons Convention
The Bush Sr. Administration Acts Responsibly on Biowarfare 
Primary Features of the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act
Closing the Door on Biowarfare Research Loopholes
CHAPTER FIVE: U.S. BIOWARFARE-RELATED VIOLATIONS 
OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Iraq: The Nuremberg Code on Medical Experimentation
The Clinton Administration Violates the Biological Weapons Convention
The George W. Bush Administration Repudiates the Verification Protocol of the BWC
CHAPTER SIX: DOMESTIC TERRORISM: THE ANTHRAX ATTACKS ON THE U.S. CONGRESS
The FBI Cover-Up: Motivating Factors
Resounding Silence
Linkage Between the Anthrax Attacks and 9/11?
 
CHAPTER SEVEN: GEARING UP TO FIGHT AND "WIN" BIOWARFARE
WMD Partnering: Nuclear and Bioweaponry
PNAC Bombshell a Harbinger?
The Bush Jr. Administrations Plans for Bio-WMD Wars of Aggression1
Bush Undersecretary of State for Arms Control Gung Ho for Bios 
To Fight and "Win" by Biowarfare: The Prerequisites
The Smoking Gun: The Pentagon's Chemical and Biological Defense Program
The Offensive Nature of "Civilian Defense"
More Criminal Exposure for the CBDP
Can World War III Be Far Behind?
Bush Jr.'s Banana Republic
CHAPTER EIGHT: REINING IN BIOWARFARE RESEARCH: 
HOW IT CAN BE DONE / WHY WE MUST DO IT
No Escape for U.S. in Misinterpreting BWC Obligations 
Activating the Biological Weapons Convention's Complaint Procedure
Filing a BWC Complaint for Investigation by the U.N. Secretary-General
Hoisting the Bush Jr. Administration With Its Own Petard 
Further Recourse Through the U.N. General Assembly
A Warning to Scientists
Campaign for the Peaceful Development of the Biological Sciences
Demand Letter
APPENDIX I
CRITIQUE OF THE PENTAGON'S BIOLOGICAL
DEFENSE RESEARCH PROGRAM (1988)
						
APPENDIX II
BIOWARFARE RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
APPENDIX III
PROTOCOL FOR THE PROHIBITION OF THE USE IN WAR OF ASPHYXIATING, POISONOUS OR OTHER GASES, AND OF BACTERIOLOGICAL METHODS OF WARFARE
APPENDIX IV 
CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF BACTERIOLOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL) AND TOXIN WEAPONS AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION
ENDNOTES
INDEX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Biological warfare.
Biological warfare -- United States.
Bioterrorism.
Biological weapons.
Biological weapons -- United States.
Biological arms control.
Militarism -- United States.