U.S. ADMINISTRATIONS AND THE ISSUE OF ABUSE IN THE MILITARY
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U.S. ADMINISTRATIONS AND THE ISSUE OF ABUSE IN THE MILITARY
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37-54
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The article traces the history of various attempts to impose military reform on American armed forces, beginning with the actions of the Continental Congress during the American Revolution up to date, and American authority’s fight against the abuse in military sphere.
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Congress, executive branch, military reform, defense transformation, World War I and World War II, revolution in military affairs, military budget
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11.01.2014
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