Lord, Carnes
January 2001
Naval War College Review;Winter2001, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p139
Academic Journal
Examines why leadership is not an important element of military defensive strategy in the United States. Emphasis on the technological dimension of strategy rather than the operational aspect; Failure to pinpoint the vital strategic functions of leadership; Pluralism in national security policy making; Uncertain relationship between military and civilian authority within the executive branch.


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