The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1945-1992Book - 2005
Center of Military History Publication 30 20 1.
Army Historical Series.
3rd of three volumes by the Center of Military History on the role of federal military forces in domestic disturbances. This volume covers the institutional and other changes that took place during the early postwar years and carries the reader through the civil rights revolution, the disturbances that accompanied the Vietnam War, and the controversies surrounding the Army’s intervention in the race riot in Los Angeles in 1992, which occurred after this volume was essentially completed, and with an extensive bibliography containing a note on various sources used.