U.S. Leadership in Wartime: Clashes, Controversy, and Compromise, Volume 1

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Spencer Tucker
ABC-CLIO, 2009 - History - 952 pages

A historical study of the relationship between civilian and military leaders in the United States during wartime, from the American Revolution to the Iraq War.

* Over 375 entries on key battles and individuals and 10 essays on individual wars

* Numerous illustrations and maps, including a map for most of the decisive battles, and an image of each noted individual

* Biographical essays of every significant civilian and military leader

* Easy-to-use index that covers all ten chapters, and all of the essays within each chapter

* Bibliographies at the end of each of the ten chapters suggest possibilities for further readings on the subject


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Spencer C. Tucker, PhD, is senior fellow in military history for ABC-CLIO and the author or editor of more than 40 books and encyclopedias, many of which have been recognized by awards.

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