The Military's Influrence in Foreign Policy as Related to the Truman and Eisenhower Administrations
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In the past, countless movies and texts have approached the military's influence in foreign policy from the standpoint of the military's power in implementing policies. Some of these writers have presented military officers as fanatics. Others have described military officers as loyal and intelligent leaders. In this study, I have approached the military from a less popular yet important perspective: the military's influence on policy formation. In considering the military as one of the many bureaucratic agencies, I have been able to examine the military's struggle for influence.