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Writings of Stephen B. Luce
John D. Hayes & John B. Hattendorf (eds.). This detailed study of the works of Stephen Bleecker Luce provides an excellent portrait of the man & a timely comment on the intellectual heritage of the U.S. Navy. Here is a look at the individual most important in bridging the gap between the age of sailing ships & that of steam driven, armored battleships. Luce had the greatest influence on his fellow officers. Luce & his associates were faced with a changing strategic environment in which the challenge was to build a Navy capable of exercising the international potential of the U.S. They faced the technological challenge of an industrial revolution & a world steeped in sociological & political change. Luce’s experience will provide a useful perspective for the contemporary naval officer. Illus.
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