Clausewitz asserted that military force was in essence a means of achieving foreign policy objectives. During the last decade the ability of the U.S. military forces to achieve such objectives has been constrained in a variety of ways by the civil rights movement. It is important that the military recognize these constraints without rejecting the legitimate aspirations of the civil rights movement.
Jackson, George L.
"Constraints of the Negro Civil Rights Movement on American Military Effectiveness: A Survey,"
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