Arms and Men

In This Review

Arms and Men

By Walter Millis
Putnam, 1956
382 pp. $5.75

Although Mr. Millis, who has devoted many years to the subject, calls this only a "commentary" on the history of American military policy, it is a most useful and well-written survey. The last chapter, reviewing the dilemmas arising from thermonuclear power and the attempts to resolve them, is of particular interest.

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