Defining National Policies: An Evermore Difficult Problem. In 1977, the economic, diplomatic and, in large measure, military capacities of the United States. Although enormous, are no longer as compelling in world affairs as they were in World War II and for a quarter-century thereafter.
"The Social Sciences and National Defense: Trends, Potentials and Issues,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 30:
3, Article 6.
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