The Military-industrial Complex and American Society

The Military-industrial Complex and American Society

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The Military-Industrial Complex and American Society addresses the broad subject of the political economy of defense research and its wide-reaching effects on many aspects of American life. Ranging from the massive arms buildup of the Cold War to the influx of private contractors and corporations such as Halliburton, it reveals the interconnectedness of the military, industry, and government within the history of this public/private enterprise. The Military-Industrial Complex and American Society offers over 100 alphabetically organized entries on a wide of range of significant research bodies and government agencies, as well as important people, events, and technologies. In addition, a series of essays looks at such essential topics as propaganda, think tanks, defense budgeting, the defense industry and the economy, and the breakdown of the military-industrial complex in Vietnam. With this work, students, policymakers, and other interested readers will understand the ramifications of the relationships between industry, scientific and technological communities, the government, and society. --From publisher description.
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, c2010
ISBN: 9781598841879
Branch Call Number: 306.27097 MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL
Characteristics: xxv, 427 p. : ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Pavelec, Sterling Michael

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