PRM-32: United States. 1978. National Security Council study conducted under the Carter Administration, reportedly over a one year period. Columnists Evans and Novak reported that the study concluded that United States strategic forces policy had to be balanced by a civil defense program designed to achieve equivalent survivability. PRM-32 may have served as a key document in the development of Presidential Directive 41 (PD-41).
Strope, Jerry, “Reorganization at Last,” Journal of Civil Defense, Volume XI, Number 4, August 1978, p. 5. Strope, Jerry, “Capital Commentary,” Journal of Civil Defense, Volume XI, Number 6, December 1978, pp. 5, 27.