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  • Hardcover
  • 280
  • Our Army
  • Jason K. Dempsey
  • English
  • 02 September 2020
  • 9780691142241

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Summary Å Our Army Conventional wisdom holds that the American military is overwhelmingly conservative and Republican and extremely political Our Army paints a complex picture demonstrating that while army officers are likely to be conservative rank and file soldiers hold political views that mirror those of the American public as a whole and army personnel are less partisan and politically engaged than most civilians Assumptions about political attitudes in the US Army are based largely on studies focusing on the se. THINK STRAIGHT: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life extremely political Our Army paints a complex picture demonstrating that while army officers are likely to be conservative rank and file soldiers hold political views that mirror those of the American public as a whole and army personnel are less partisan and politically Developing a Winners Heart (Music CD) (Upward Music CD to Compliment Winner Magazine and Learn Scripture Verse for Practice Each Week) engaged than most civilians Assumptions about political attitudes in the US Army are based largely on studies focusing on the se.

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Summary Å Our Army Nior ranks yet these senior officers comprise only about 6 percent of America's fighting force Jason Dempsey provides the first random sample survey that also covers the social and political attitudes held by enlisted men and women in the army Uniting these findings with those from another uniue survey he conducted among cadets at the United States Military Academy on the eve of the 2004 presidential election Dempsey offers the most detailed look yet at how service members of all ranks approach pol.

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Summary Å Our Army Itics He shows that many West Point cadets view political conservatism as part of being an officer raising important uestions about how the army indoctrinates officers politically But Dempsey reveals that the rank and file army is not nearly as homogeneous as we think or as politically active and that political attitudes across the ranks are undergoing a substantial shift Our Army adds needed nuance to our understanding of a profession that seems increasingly distant from the average American Choic.