1 edition of Selected readings and documents on postwar American defense policy found in the catalog.
Selected readings and documents on postwar American defense policy
|Statement||compiled by R. Joseph DeSutter, Jr.|
|Contributions||DeSutter, R. Joseph., United States Air Force Academy.|
|LC Classifications||UA23 .S4175 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
|LC Control Number||85603272|
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Selected readings and documents on postwar American defense policy. [Colorado Springs, Colo.?: Air Force Academy], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R Joseph DeSutter; United States Air Force Academy.
Postwar defense policy and the United States Navy, [Davis, Vincent] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Postwar defense policy and the United States Navy, Price: $ American Defense Policy has been a mainstay for instructors of courses in political science, international relations, military affairs, and American national security for over 25 years.
The updated and thoroughly revised eighth edition considers questions of continuity and change in America's defense policy in the face of a global climate beset by geopolitical tensions, rapid technological 5/5(1).
The defense policy process and the role of the military officer: an overview / Edward N. Wright --The structure of American defense policymaking / Edward N. Wright --The defense policy process in Congress: roles, players and setting, trends, and evaluation / David C.
Kozak --Force planning: bridge between doctrine and forces / Robert P. Haffa. American Defense Policy has been a mainstay for instructors of courses in political science, international relations, military affairs, and American national security for over 25 years.
The updated and thoroughly revised eighth edition considers questions of continuity and change in America's defense policy in the face of a global climate beset by geopolitical tensions, rapid technological.
American Defense Policy is a collection of articles from individuals with distinguished educational backgrounds who serve in key positions within the government and private sector. The book addresses both the process and content of defense policy.
Part 1 begins with the context of American defense policy. This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Journals at U.S.
Naval War College Digital Commons. It has been accepted for American Plans for Postwar Defense, Published by U.S. Naval War College Digital Commons, 2 Naval War College Review, Vol. 31 , No. 2, Art. 22 These links are directly to the publisher site.
If you are on the NPS network or VPN you should be validated for those we do have access to. Otherwise you will need to use our Journals by Title link. For non-NPS users, please check with your organization to determine if you have access. American Defense in the Context of History and Values 5 American Power and the Legacy of Washington: Enduring Principles for Foreign and Defense Policy PAUL O.
CARRESE 6 America's Precarious Eminence REINHOLD NIEBUHR 16 The Triumph of Just War Theory (and the Dangers of Success) MICHAEL WALZER 24 Chapter 2.
To link to the reading see Appendix VI and USAWC Library Staff for username and password. "Online"—Open source online resources available on the Internet. All required reading internet accessible resources will have a hyperlinked web address to indicate that the material is an open source online document.
Postwar defense policy and the U.S. Navy, -- Item Preview. While foreign policy issues tended to take center stage in the post-war era, there were challenges on the domestic front as well.
Not all, but many domestic issues were tied to foreign policy issues. Transforming defense: national security in the 21st century: Library Holdings Selected readings and documents on postwar American defense policy Library Holdings.
Background American Cultural History: (Kingwood College) American Experience: Truman (PBS) Basic Readings in U.S. Democracy: Cold War Issues Cold War Era Civil Defense (Cold War Civil Defense Museum) Highlights of U.S.
Arms Control Initiatives and Commitments CD. 9 The Postwar Economy: 1. A measure of all goods and services produced in the United States 2. Public spending for World War II; growth of automobile production; housing boom; rise in defense spending 3.
The growth of white-collar jobs 4. Warm and sunny areas of the American South and Southwest 5. suburbs 6.
Before you read, make a prediction about the economy of the United States in the s. As you read the chapter, write down the individual events and issues that played a role in the postwar economy, and how they brought about change. Make sure you out-line the impact of politics, technology, and values and beliefs each had on the economy.
Another useful book is Documents of American History (10th ed., ), edited by Henry Steele Commager. Besides the Harvard Guide, two bibliographical guides stand out.
America: History and Life is regularly updated, and is therefore useful for nding more recent materials.
Goldentree Bibliographies of American History, under the. Start studying Postwar America. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Postwar America book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. From the outbreak of the Cold War to the rise of the United States as the 5/5(1). Founding Documents of the Peace Corps. Court Documents Related to Martin Luther King, Jr., and Memphis Sanitation Workers.
Court Documents Related to Segregation in Public Facilities and Schools. The War in Vietnam: A Story in Photographs. More Online Primary Source Resources for Era 9 — Postwar United States. Primary Source-based Activities. The relative success of the Good Neighbor Policy helped to secure Latin American cooperation in the defense of the hemisphere.
At the Buenos Aires Conference of the American nations had agreed both to consult whenever external events disturbed the peace of the hemisphere and to foreswear any intervention in each other's affairs.Chapter 18 is a part of a text book that is being used for a level history course at a community college.
title "Chapter 18 Postwar America" by user Michelle Schneider under license "Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike United States" Version History Cite this work.Harry Dexter White in the Treasury Department, who helped shape the Free World’s post-war economic policy, was a Soviet informer during WWII (though, technically, they were then allies).
Not all this came to light after the Cold War ended; a defecting Soviet spy named Elizabeth Bentley named names to the FBI in the s.