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American civil-military decisions

American civil-military decisions

a book of case studies

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Published by University of Alabama Press in cooperationwith the Inter-University Case Program in (s.l.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A Twentieth Century Fund study.

Statementedited by Harold Stein.
ContributionsStein, Harold., Twentieth Century Fund.
The Physical Object
Pagination705p.
Number of Pages705
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20073475M

  The history of American civil-military relations is replete with ups and downs—from the uneasy triangle between Washington, Jefferson and Hamilton, to Truman’s firing of MacArthur, to Lyndon.   “Dereliction of Duty” painstakingly dissects four major decisions between and that led the United States deeper into Vietnam. McMaster shows Author: Phillip Carter.

Montgomery Meigs Taylor (Octo – Octo ) was an admiral in the United States served in the Navy from to He fought in the Battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish–American War, and later commanded the Control Fleet and the Scouting served as Commander in Chief of the United States Asiatic Fleet from to Allegiance: United States of America. Abstract. The basic question underlying this book is: How have military personnel been treated when it comes to permitting them to vote, especially if they were in the field or otherwise deployed away from their home precincts?Related to that is the question of the relationship between Americans and their armed forces. The unevenness of that relationship speaks much to how Author: Donald S. Inbody.

The American tradition of a military controlled by civilians is venerable—George Washington established it when he accepted his commission from the Continental Congress in —but we will see how military leaders have not always been sanguine about abdicating important decisions to those they regard as inexperienced amateurs. President George W. Bush's Iraq surge decision in late is an interesting case for civil-military relations theory, in particular, the debate between professional supremacists and civilian.


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Huntington's field-defining book, The Soldier and the State. Using this seminal work as a point of departure, experts in the fields of political science, history, and sociology ask what has been learned and what more. LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES vii PREFACE xi CHAPTER ONE Introduction 1 CHAPTER TWO The Civil-Military Opinion Gap over the Use of Force 21 CHAPTER THREE The Impact of Elite Veterans on American Decisions to Use Force 64 CHAPTER FOUR Casualty Sensitivity and Civil-Military Relations 95 CHAPTER FIVE Exploring the Determinants of Casualty Sensitivity.

In other words, I show how American military professionalism expresses itself in four predictably different ways—a pattern of civil-military interaction I call “principled agency.” I hope the book offers civilian leaders, military members, and interested citizens a deeper understanding of the cultural beliefs and political incentives in.

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But the real story is not nearly. Before the September 11 th,bombings in the United States of America, articles written by various authors, indicate that the civil-military relations in the country was generally strong, and only a small number of disagreements were recorded between the to two parties especially in the process of making policies for the law makers are supposed to make decision in.

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