Crisis Now

Crisis Now This book was written and published during the critical years of protest in the late s James M Gavin a retired Lt General and paratrooper was at the time with an important consulting firm I belie

  • Title: Crisis Now
  • Author: James M. Gavin Arthur T. Hadley
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book was written and published during the critical years of protest in the late 60 s James M Gavin, a retired Lt General and paratrooper, was at the time with an important consulting firm I believe the firm name was Arthur D Little He was a very early critic of the LBJ McNamara war in Vietnam and was a frequent commentator on social problems facing the U.S InThis book was written and published during the critical years of protest in the late 60 s James M Gavin, a retired Lt General and paratrooper, was at the time with an important consulting firm I believe the firm name was Arthur D Little He was a very early critic of the LBJ McNamara war in Vietnam and was a frequent commentator on social problems facing the U.S In this book, he addressed a wide range of them and offered solutions.

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  • James M. Gavin Arthur T. Hadley

    Lieutenant General James Maurice Jumpin Jim Gavin Army veteran of World War II during which he commanded the famous 82nd Airborne Divison and the Korean War Ambassador to France 1961 1962.Recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Meda, Silver Star, Purple Heart, Distinguished Service Order UK , and the Legion of Honor France.

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  • This book would no doubt seem dated today because of our change in values and notions of political correctness. And that's a shame because few subsequent readers will be able to appreciate what a serious and valiant effort it was.


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