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Here are entered works on war in which all available military and civilian resources, including manpower, technology, and wealth, are committed to the achievement of a political end by military means.

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Filed under: Total war

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  • [Info] The Role of the Armed Forces in the Americas: Civil-Military Relations for the 21st Century (conference report; Carlisle Barracks, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 1998), ed. by Donald E. Schulz, contrib. by Richard A. Witherspoon, Michael R. Gonzáles, Richard Downes, Eliézer Rizzo de Oliveira, Fred F. Woerner, Luis Tibiletti, Luís Antonio Bitencourt Emilio, Manuel José Bonett Locarno, Victor Manuel Ventura Arellano, William J. Jefferds, Robert B. James, Thomas C. Bruneau, Judith Gentleman, Victor Tise, William Deane Stanley, and Andrés Serbín
Filed under: Mexico -- Military policy

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