Presidential decisions for war : Korea, Vietnam, and the Persian Gulf /
In 1950, Americans expected that the United States would wage another major war in the near future. Instead, over the course of the next half-century, they fought limited wars against minor powers: North Korea, North Vietnam, and Iraq. In this book, Gary R. Hess explores the ways in which Presidents...
|Published:||Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.|
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