War: Ends and Means

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Basic Books, 1990 - History - 306 pages
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Explores the different aspects of war: its causes, methods, endings, and justifications - and along the way demolishes many current myths about war and peace.

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War can be preferable to peace: This is the unconventional argument of Seabury, a political scientist at Berkeley, and Codevilla, a Research Fellow of the Hoover Institute. Their smoothly written ... Read full review

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The late PAUL SEABURY was a professor of political science at the University of California, Berkeley.

Angelo M. Codevilla is professor emeritus of international relations at Boston University. Educated at Rutgers, Notre Dame, and the Claremont graduate university, Codevilla served in the US Navy, the US Foreign Service, and on the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. He taught philosophy at Georgetown, and spent a decade at Stanford's Hoover Institution. He has written 10 previous books.

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