The Hollow Army: How the U.S. Army Is Oversold and Undermanned


"A blockbuster. . . sure to be controversial. A major work, not just in military sociology but among concerned citizens generally. The Hollow Army is one of a kind in that it completely runs against the conventional wisdom that today's American Army is an effective fighting force. Henderson's argument is brilliantly conceived, backed with data and penetrating insight. . . . The scholarship is extremely sound. . . and the use of data is peerless." Charles C. Moskos Chairman, Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society


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