This is one of the few serious and dispassionate analyses of the important policy issues facing the U.S. in Korea. It comes down in favor of a policy designed to legitimize the existence of two Korean states. But its most disturbing note is the observation that "U.S. Korea policy, both at the general level and on the level of military support, is still very much in flux . . . and is in many respects internally inconsistent and riddled with anomalies."