A Politicized Military?

March 1999
Wilson Quarterly;Spring99, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p98
Literary Criticism
Presents a review of an article about civil-military relations entitled `A Widening Gap Between the U.S. Military and Civilian Society? Some Evidence, 1976-96,' by Ole R. Holsti which appeared in the Winter 1998-1999 issue of `International Security.'


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