No Illustrations. Fine. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Nice pictorial paperback with negligible wear. 78 pages of tight & bright text with no writing, tears, soil or blemishes. Kaufmann and Steinbruner question the assumptions on which defense policy is based. They argue not only that the Pentagon has overstated the potential military threats of the future, but also that Defense can reduce its forces and investments below what its spokesmen have described as "an irreducible minimum." Books are cleaned and dust wrappers placedin new mylar whenever possible. Book images are available, just ask. Offered from a five star, full-time, professional bookseller and proud member of the Virginia Antiquarian Booksellers Association. Your satisfaction is our #1 priority. We love what we do and it shows!
Good. No dust jacket as issued. Highlighting/underlining. Highlighting noted in a several places. xiv, 78 p. Endnotes. Tables. This is one of the Studies in Defense Policy series. In this book, Kaufmann and Steinbruner question the demands of the Defense Department for an increase in real defense spending during the early nineties. They argue not only that the Pentagon overstates the potential military threats of the future, but also that Defense can reduce its forces and investments below what its spokesmen have described as " an irreducible minimum"
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