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David Halberstam • 69 Items / 20 Books, 46 Articles, 2 Reviews, 1 Film
War in a Time of Peace (2001)
Bush, Clinton, and the Generals
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Published Reviews
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    Vietnam Syndrome (Review)
    War in a Time of Peace, by David Halberstam
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    Commentary, January 2002, pp. 58-59
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    Fog of Wars (Review)
    War in a Time of Peace, by David Halberstam
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    National Review, November 5, 2001, p. 62
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    When America Blinked (Review)
    War in a Time of Peace, by David Halberstam
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    The New Republic, December 3, 2001, pp. 29-40
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    War in a Time of Peace, by David Halberstam
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    Political Science Quarterly, March 2002, pp. 133-134
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    A World in Peaces (Review)
    Thirty years after Vietnam, David Halberstam misses the best and the brightest
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    Reason, July 2002, pp. 63-65
  6. On Political Books
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    Besting the Brightest (Review)
    Generals fear a modern military because politicians might actually use it
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 41-44
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    Clintonites Abroad (Review)
    War in a Time of Peace, by David Halberstam
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    The Weekly Standard, October 15, 2001, pp. 38-39
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    War in a Time of Peace, by David Halberstam
    1. War in a Time of Peace by David Halberstam
    2. Mary Shelley by Miranda Seymour
    3. Holler If You Hear Me by Michael Eric Dyson
    4. My Ears Are Bent by Joseph Mitchell
    The New Yorker, October 15, 2001, p. 217