Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power Topics for Discussion

Rachel Maddow
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According to the Constitution, who has the right to declare war? Why was the Constitution written in this way? How have several presidents managed to get around this part of the Constitution? Why would they want to do this? What is the Boland Amendment? How does this impact this part of the Constitution?

What is Vietnam? Why were American troops there? Why did Johnson never call up the Reserves or the Guard? Why is this significant? How did the Vietnam conflict end? How did the American public feel about Vietnam? How did this impact the American military at this point in time? How did it influence the military in latter years?

What is Abram's Total Force Policy? What does this policy require? Why was this enacted? What was it meant to prevent? Did it work? Explain. How was this policy eventually rendered essentially irrelevant...

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