The idea that military personnel might join unions to bargain collectively with the government is a new one in America, an unexpected corollary of the all-volunteer force. At first a taboo subject within the services, then evoking strong visceral reactions, it is now emerging as a public issue. These path-breaking essays structure the issues and are noteworthy for having been edited by professor-officers at West Point.
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