I submit that in the final analysis the answer to most of the military commander's problems is not bigger and better laws, but rather more effective leadership. The tools of example—loyalty, judgment and industry, should in the last analysis, relegate law to a less important role.
Hearn, Wilfred A.
"Practical Legal Problems of the Military Commander,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 13:
7, Article 2.
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