Protracted Conflict

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Protracted Conflict

By Robert Strausz-Hupé and Others
Harper (for the Foreign Policy Research Institute), 1959
203 pp. $3.95

This first volume in a continuing study by the Foreign Policy Research Institute at the University of Pennsylvania is chiefly an analysis of the principles and application of Communist global strategy over a protracted span of time: the use of indirect methods, the employment of deception and distraction, the maintenance of the initiative, and the tactics of attrition and neutralization.

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