The American military; readings in the history of the military in American society, edited by Russell F. Weigley.
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United States -- Armed Forces.
United States -- History, Military
xix, 184 p. 22 cm.
Sentiments on a peace establishment, by G. Washington.--The expansible Regular Army, by J. C. Calhoun.--A professional soldier's view of war, by H. W. Halleck.--A soldier's view of our military history, by E. Upton.--The military rule of obedience, by A. T. Mahan.--The civil obligation of the Army, by L. Wood.--A soldier's call for a citizen army, by J. M. Palmer.--A postwar military establishment, by G. C. Marshall, Jr.--The military peril, by the Virginia Convention.--The Army in 1826, from the North American review.--The dangerous West Point monopoly, by J. A. Logan.--Militarism or manhood? by J. D. Miller.--The military as a constructive force, from The outlook.--The military penetration of our civil life, by O. G. Villard.--Military problems at the close of World War II, by W. Millis.--The making of the American military mind, by S. P. Huntington.--Military career patterns and the military mind, by M. Janowitz.--Conservatism and the Military Establishment, by A. Guttmann.--The military-industrial complex, by D. D. Eisenhower.--The threat of militarism, by T. Coffin.--Military responsibilities, by M. B. Ridgway.--The Army and the Negro, by G. Grove.
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