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The Common Defense and Great-Power Responsibilities
Inis L. Claude, Jr. examines the difficulties faced by the United States and other great powers in making their external responsibilities for defense of their allies and for the stability of the international system as a whole compatible with their obligation to provide for the "common defense" of their own societies.

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