Civilian Control or Military Rule?. The Future of Civil-Military Relations. I. Evolution of Civil-Military Relations. Newburgh Conspiracy (1783): Washington’s non-coup Origins: fiscal crisis under Articles of Confederation Public resents pension obligations
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Civilian Control or Military Rule?
The Future of Civil-Military Relations
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