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Extra info for America the Vulnerable : Our Military Problems and How to Fix Them
In other words, even though traditional values of the pre-1917 warrior culture were not rekindled, Americans resolutely faced international realities including the necessity of making significant sacrifices to preserve their expanded notion of national security. Thirdly, human beings shape their own destiny. The American experience between 1940 and 1950 underscores the dangers of assuming that certain trends cannot be checked, redirected, reversed, or overcome by forceful leadership. In 1940 a person focusing upon the trends of the previous decade could have easily concluded—as did the Axis leadership—that the American people would never support another major war effort.
Cohen, The American Revisionists: The Lessons of Intervention in World War I (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967); Manfred Jonas, Isolationism in America, 1935–1941, reprint ed. (Chicago: Imprint Publications, 1990). : Stanford University Press, 1967), pp. 133–63, 190, 199–239, 247–49, 281–83; Akira Iriye, The Origins of the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific (London: Longman, 1987), pp. 140–86; Gerhard L. Weinberg, Germany, Hitler, and World War II: Essays in Modern German and World History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp.
Military operations since the Second World War, see Eric Larson, Casualties and Consensus: The Historical Role of Casualties in Domestic Support for U. S. Military Operations (Santa Monica: RAND, 1996). , expresses concern over evidence of decreasing public willingness to support military operations abroad which risk American casualties. , “Back to the Womb? Isolationism’s Renewed Threat,” Foreign Affairs, July/Aug. 1995, pp. 2–8. Harvey Sapolsky also emphasizes this purported aversion to casualties, but he employs this aversion to argue for a fundamental retrenchment of American military commitments.
America the Vulnerable : Our Military Problems and How to Fix Them by John F. Lehman, Harvey Sicherman