defense policy love


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  • n. a program for defending a country against its enemies


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  • Aspin was one of Robert McNamaras original whiz kids, a brilliant defense intellectual, who had challenged the outgoing administration on the strategic direction of its overall defense policy though not, importantly, on the Gulf War, as had his Senate counterpart, Sam Nunn.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • In October was born the Defense Program Review Committee, charged to review major defense policy and program issues.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • American opposition to war and attempt to unite country on defense policy audio recordings of conflict with Richardson deadline message and decryption operations and distancing from Rochefort's warnings early knowledge of Japanese strategy eight-action memorandum and embargo and espionage activities and final Japanese messages and four steps toward war fourth-term campaign of



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