Living the Martial Way: A Manual for the Way a Modern Warrior Should Think

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BARRICADE BOOKS Incorporated, Jan 1, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 312 pages
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A step-by-step aooroiach to applying the Japanese warriors mind set to martial training and daily life.

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User Review  - Isaac Holloway - Goodreads

Living the Martial Way I think is a text I would recommend to serious students of the martial arts. I find that I agree in many ways with the author go about describing how warriors ought to comport ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gerry Lynch - Goodreads

If you only read one martial arts book make it this one. Most martial arts books are self serving hookum. This book encapsulates what it is to study and live by the martial way. You don't even have to ... Read full review

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FORREST E. MORGAN is a policy analyst for the RAND Corporation. A recently retired Air Force officer, he has held such jobs as commander of a space operations detachment, staff officer at Headquarters Air Force Space Command and Headquarters United States Air Force. He is a graduate of the Air Force's prestigious strategy school, the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies and, after earning a doctorate in policy studies from the University of Maryland, College Park, returned to the SAASS as a member of the faculty.

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