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

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Barricade Books, Jan 1, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 312 pages
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A step-by-step approach to applying the Japanese warrior's mind-set to martial training and daily life. It combines a knowledge of fighting with an exploration of the culture of the warrior. Morgan carefully guides the reader from The Way of Training, through The Way of Honour to The Way of Living, constantly finding applications both inside and outside martial arts.

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I practice Martial Arts and I learned so much!!

User Review  - whitebelt - Overstock.com

I practice Oom yung doe and I was lucky that my instructor actually taught some of the principles in this book. I would recommend this book to anyone that seriouly practices Martial Arts or anyone that is interested in trying it. Read full review

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User Review  - Bob Smith - Goodreads

Great book, even for those not in a martial mind set. Can help you get there. With so many (99%) of so called dojo's in this country having very little if any legit format or training, it can help you ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

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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