U.S. Domestic and National Security Agendas: Into the Twenty-First Century

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Index
Abrams, General Creighton, 193-95, 198
accidents, deaths as a result of, 28-30
Adams, Samuel, 208
Affiliation Program. See U.S. Army
Afghanistan, 125, 128, 195; Jimmy Carter and, 332
Africa, 45, 56
African National Congress, 53
Agency for International Development, 179
aircraft, 122, 131
air-land battle, 372
Algeria, 122
alliances, U.S., 6, 78, 79
Allison, Graham, 76
Almquist, Lieutenant General Hook, 193
Angola, 128
Approving Square ( China), 50, 52
Arabs, 106. See also Middle East; names of Arab states
Arafat, Yassar, 53
Argentina, 128
armed forces, U.S., uncertain future of, 98. See also U.S. military
Armenians, 114, 229
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 179
arms sales, 110, 129
Army National Guard (ARNG), 192, 194-95; Les Aspin and, 202; mobilization of, 196-98; Reserve Forces Policy Board and, 197; roundout brigades, 201
Aron, Raymond, 164
Asia, 128; central, 226; manufacturing boom and, 225-27
Asian Pacific Trade Council, 105
Aspin, Les, Secretary of Defense, 13, 36, 202
Axis, 164
baby boomers, 12, 90
Baghdad ( Iraq), 35
Baker, Newton, 202
Balkans, 228
Bangladesh, 146, 152
Barber, Ben, 175
battlefield wounded, 33
BEI Defense Systems Company, 121
Beirut, 112
Belgium, 125
Bellah, Robert N., 164
Bennis, Warren, 160
Bergsten, Fred, 78
Berlin Wall, 50
Biden, Senator Joseph, 79
black Americans: Africa as national home of, 45; death and homicide rates, 29, 30

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