The evolution of U.S. military policy from the Constitution to the present

"The laws that govern the U.S. Army have changed little since 1940. These laws have become so familiar that many may assume they constitute a 'traditional' U.S. military policy, emanating from the Constitution's division of federal and state powers. Drawing on a RAND study of the...

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Main Author: Gentile, Gian P.
Corporate Authors: United States. Department of the Army.
Arroyo Center. Strategy, Doctrine, and Resources Program.

Arroyo Center. Army Research Division.

Rand Corporation.
Other Authors: Linick, Michael E.
Shurkin, Michael Robert.
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published:Santa Monica, Calif. : RAND Corporation, [2017]
Series:Research report (Rand Corporation) ; RR-1759-A.
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University of Illinois at Chicago

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Call Number: KF7209 .G46 2017
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