A Woman's Guide to Talking About War and Peace

Lorelei Kelly and Lt Col Dana Eyre USAR
October 14, 2008

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A Woman's Guide to Talking about War and Peace A curriculum for community dialogue about a the role of the military in American democracy as we re-align our national security priorities and tools with a strategy that better reflects today's threats. Includes: a new vision for national security, a primer on civil-military relations, how to get involved in our democratic system,overview of the military services, two models of dialogue with veterans, one for small private groups, the other for larger public conversations.

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