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Recruiting for Uncle Sam: Citizenship and Military Manpower Policy (Modern War Series) Paperback – April 28, 1989

ISBN-13: 978-0700605491 ISBN-10: 0700605495

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"Policymakers will find much to debate in Segal's controversial suggestions for the future of the U.S. military." -- American Journal of Sociology

"Required reading for those involved in the policy debate and decision making." -- Choice

"The definitive overview of U.S. military manpower history." -- Military Review

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"The most important book on the American armed forces in recent years, brilliantly documented and powerfully presented."--Charles Moskos, author of A Call to Civic Service

"A clear, concise review of the history and current condition of a major public question-how people are induced to serve and risk their lives for the nation."--John Shy, author of A People Numerous and Armed

"A major contribution, and quite timely given the nature of world affairs today."--John Sibley Butler, author of Inequality in the Military: The Black Experience

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