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Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1877-1945
Clayton D. Laurie & Ronald H. Cole. This work encompasses a tumultuous era, the rise of industrial America with attendant social dislocation & strife. It begins with the first major U.S. Army intervention in a labor dispute, the Great Railway Strike of 1877, & concludes with War Dept. seizures of strike-plagued industries during World War II. The evolution of the Army’s role in domestic support operations, its strict adherence to law, & the disciplined manner in which it conducted these difficult & often unpopular operations are major themes of this volume. Includes a bibliography, 6 maps, & dozens of illustrations.
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