A More Perfect Military: How the Constitution Can Make Our Military Stronger

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INTRODUCTION

1. Frank Newport, “Americans’ Confidence in Congress at All-Time Low,” Gallup News Service, June 21, 2007

2. Professor Elizabeth Hillman of Hastings College of the Law was an Air Force space operations officer. She is also the author of Defending America: Military Culture and the Cold War Court-Martial (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2005).

3. John Hechinger, “At Ivy League Schools, ROTC, Long Banned, Plots a Comeback,” Wall Street Journal, December 16, 2004.

4. For a typical example, see Michael Winerip, “The R.O.T.C. Dilemma,” New York Times, November 1, 2009.

5. Marc Lindemann, “Storming the Ivory Tower: The Military’s Return to American Campuses,” Parameters, Winter 2006–7 A publication from the Veterans of Foreign Wars splashed the word “Banned!” across a recent cover article on ROTC. Ken Harbaugh, “Bring Back ROTC,” VFW Magazine, September 2009.

6. 10 U.S.C. § 983(a).

7. Transcript of the MSNBC Democratic debate in Las Vegas, Federal News Service, January 15, 2008; Patrick Healy, “Candidates Take Break, of Sorts, to Mark 7th Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks,” New York Times, September 12, 2008.

8. Michael S. Neiberg, Making Citizen-Soldiers: ROTC and the Ideology of American Military Service (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2000).

9. Neiberg, Making Citizen-Soldiers, 4.

10. Neiberg, Making Citizen-Soldiers, 123–28.

11. Neiberg, MakingCitizen-Soldiers, 117–19.

12. Peter M. Shane, “ROTC: Is It Coming Back?” Harvard Crimson, September 1, 1973, Gregg J. Kilday, “Army Plans to Terminate Harvard ROTC in 1970; Air Force Stays Until ‘71,” Harvard Crimson, August 12, 1969.

13. Neiberg, MakingCitizen-Soldiers, 121.

14. The Wall Street Journal published a report on the Army’s decision to reduce its ROTC footprint in northern, urban areas and relocate elsewhere. Greg Jaffe, “A Retreat From Big Cities Hurts ROTC Recruiting,” Wall Street Journal, February 22, 2007.

15. Rumsfeldv. ForumforAcademicandlnstitutionalRights, 547 U.S. 47 (2006).

16. Natalie Patton, “‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’: Law School Dean Apologizes,” Las Vegas Review-Journal, December 8, 2001, Karen W. Arenson, “After 22 Years, N.YU. Allows an Army Recruiter to Visit,” New York Times, October 17, 2000 (reporting that faculty members joined protestors who chanted and hooted at military recruiters).

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