Toward the National Security State: Civil-Military Relations During World War II

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American involvement in World War II greatly transformed U.S. civil-military relations by propelling the U.S. military into a prominent position within the national government. The war established new linkages and a new unity between key civilian and military personnel. And these new civil-military relations became institutionalized with the postwar creation of the national security state. Waddell explores these new developments and examines how they affected the very nature of American governmental power. War is ...

Toward the National Security State: Civil-Military Relations During World War II 2008, Praeger Security International, Westport, CT

ISBN-13: 9780275984083

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