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Fighting Fools
Fighting Fools
By Brigadier-General James E. Edmonds
Appleton-Century, 1938, 373 pp.

A forceful review of American military history seeking to prove the usual Army thesis that our war-making apparatus should be greatly expanded if the United States is to be made capable not only of defending itself but of enforcing its policies abroad. A provocative book, whether you agree with it or not.