Issues of National Security in the 1970's: Essays Presented to Colonel George A. Lincoln on His Sixtieth Birthday

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GEN. CHARLES H. BONESTEEL III, is Commanding General of the United States Eighth Army in Korea. He has served as Special Assistant to Ambassador Harriman, then heading the Marshall Plan in Europe; as a deputy to Ambassador Spofford with the NATO Council Deputies; as Defense Member of the Planning Board of the NSC; and as Special Assistant (Policy) to the Chairman of the JCS. He has commanded the 24th Infantry Division and the VII Corps and has served as Director of Special Studies in the Office of the Chief of Staff, USA. He has also been Senior USA Member of the Military Staff Committee of the U.N. Gen. Bonesteel is a graduate of the USMA, the National War College, and Oxford University.

JAMES ELIOT CROSS, author of Conflict in the Shadows: The Nature and Politics of Guerrilla War, is a Professorial Lecturer in the School of International Service, American University, and Secretary of the Institute for Defense Analyses where, from 1963-64, he was Acting Director of the Economic and Political Studies Division. A graduate of Yale University, he holds an LL.B. from the University of Virginia and has served as a Research Assistant to George F. Kennan at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University; as a staff member of the Gaither Committee; and as a Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy.

GEN. DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 34th President of the United States, is the author of Crusade in Europe, Mandate for Change, and Waging Peace: The White House Years, 1956-61. Among his many assignments, he has served as Allied Commander in Chief during World War II; as Commander of U.S. occupation forces in Germany; as Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army; and as Supreme Commander, Allied Powers Europe. Gen. Eisenhower served as President of Columbia

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