National Security and Individual Freedom

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National Security and Individual Freedom

By Harold D. Lasswell
McGraw-Hill, 1950
259 pp. $3.50

Professor Lasswell is here concerned with the problem "how to maintain a proper balance between national security and individual freedom in a continuing crisis of national defense." He particularly urges the continuation of civilian control over military service and the need to maintain the free flow of information.

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