Attitudes Aren't Free: Thinking Deeply About Diversity in the U.S. Armed Forces

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Enso Books, 2010 - Cultural pluralism - 557 pages
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"Attitudes Aren't Free offers a framework for improving policy in the areas of religious expression, open homosexuality, race, gender, ethics, and other current issues affecting military members. Parco and Levy provide us with a unique and robust discussion of divisive topics that everyone thinks about serving our nation - in and out of uniform - becoeme intimately familiar with this book."--P. [4] of cover.
 

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The United States military has always reflected the values and beliefs of the society it serves. It is imperative that those within DOD understand the rationale and passion generated by the contemporary social issues expressed in this book. Regardless of the path taken on each issue, there will be significant impacts on the current military culture -- both intended and unintended -- for many years to come.
Attitudes Aren’t Free “tees up” the critical discussions that must take place…required reading every national security professional.
General Bill Looney, USAF (ret.)
Former commander, Air Education and Training Command
Author of Exceeding Expectations
 

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Attitudes Aren’t Free offers a framework for improving policy in the areas of religious expression, open homosexuality, race, gender, ethics and other current issues affecting military members. Parco and Levy provide us with a unique and robust discussion of divisive topics that everyone thinks about but rarely discuss.
It is critical that everyone serving our nation -- in and out of uniform-- become intimately familiar with this book.
General John Shaud, Ph.D., USAF (ret.)
Director, Air Force Research Institute
 

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