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This book is a wonderful study on generalship in the United States Army from World War two to the present with Iraq and Afghanistan. The author has written in the past about the military before, most notably about the Marine Corps boot camp. I was pleasantly surprised at how much the author Thomas Ricks has grown in his understanding of the military since his first book on the military in 1997.
The thesis that the author argues for in the book is that the Marshall concept of Generalship worked in World War Two. To be more specific, the concept is on how the Army manages General, and how under…
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