Civilian Masters and Military Servants: A Review Essay
RICHARD L. RUSSELL reviews several recent books that put the spotlight on perennial issues in American civil-military relations, especially as they pertain to the threat, use, and management of force. He argues that these books will help inform politicians, soldiers, scholars, and citizens of the inherent tensions in healthy civil-military relations as well as the pitfalls and dangers of imbalanced civil-military relations.
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Strengths and Weaknesses in U.S. Elections
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CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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