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" We cannot fight a battle with the Congress at home while asking our troops to win a war overseas... "
Modern U.S. civil-military relations: wielding the terrible swift sword - Página ix
de David Eugene Johnson - 1997 - 107 páginas
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Crusade: The Untold Story of the Persian Gulf War

Rick Atkinson - 1993 - 575 páginas
..."with the clear intention of winning," with "clearly defined political and military objectives," with "the support of the American people and their elected representatives in Congress," and only as "a last resort." troops, two thousand planes, and fifty warships, so be it. George Bush...
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New World Strategy: A Military Policy for America's Future

Harry G. Summers, Jr., Harry G. Summers - 1995 - 270 páginas
.... . (5) FIFTH, Before the US commits combat forces abroad, there must be some reasonable assurance we will have the support of the American people and their elected representatives in the Congress. . . . (6) FINALLY, The commitment of US forces to combat should be a last resort. Compare...
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Haiti: Hearing Before the Committee on Armed Services, House of ..., Volume 4

United States, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services - 1995 - 100 páginas
...our forces," said Clinton. Most importantly of all of these, there must be some reasonable assurance we will have the support of the American people and their elected representatives in the Congress, Weinberger said, one of the most controversial of his points. Clinton said almost exactly...
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It's Our Military Too: Women and the U.S Military

Judith Stiehm - 1996 - 321 páginas
...the Vietnam War: Before the US commits combat forces abroad, there must be some reasonable assurance we will have the support of the American people and their elected representatives in Congress. . . . We cannot fight a battle with the Congress at home while asking our troops to win a war overseas...
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Parity and War: Evaluations and Extensions of The War Ledger

Jacek Kugler, Douglas Lemke - 1996 - 383 páginas
...necessary. (5) Before the United States commits forces abroad, there must be some reasonable assurance they will have the support of the American people and their elected representatives in Congress. (6) The commitment of US forces to combat should be the last resort. These six tests have been adopted...
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Machiavelli on Modern Leadership: Why Machiavelli's Iron Rules Are As Timely ...

Michael A. Ledeen, Professor Michael Arthur Ledeen - 1999 - 202 páginas
...the following: Before the US commits combat forces abroad, there must be some reasonable assurance we will have the support of the American people and their elected representatives in Congress. We cannot fight a battle with the Congress at home while asking our troops to win a war 25 overseas,...
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Saving Democracies: U.S. Intervention in Threatened Democratic States

Anthony James Joes - 1999 - 233 páginas
...Another point dropped from the West Point speech was the Weinberger-Powell reference to the necessity to have "the support of the American people and their elected representatives in Congress" before the US commits combat forces abroad.This test erodes 102 Saving Democracies presidential leadership...
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What Should We Tell Our Children about Vietnam?

Bill McCloud - 1989 - 155 páginas
...arms? If the answers are yes, then we must win. If the answers are no, then we should not be in combat. Fifth, before the US commits combat forces abroad,...threats we face; the support cannot be sustained without continued and close consultation. We cannot fight a battle with the Congress at home while asking our...
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Military resistance to humanitarian war in Kosovo and beyond an ideological ...

..."undesirability of bellicose or adventurous policies.' 83 It requires, "There be some reasonable assurance we will have the support of the American people and their elected representatives in Congress." 34 Having to gain such approval serves as a brake against open-ended or questionable military commitments....
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Humanitarian Intervention: Crafting a Workable Doctrine : Three Options ...

Alton Frye - 2000 - 94 páginas
...promises. We must first be credible to ourselves. Commitments to action by the United States must carry the support of the American people and their elected representatives in Congress. The sometimes painful process a president must endure to gather support for intervention is an essential...
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