No Right to Be Wrong: What Americans Think about Civil-Military Relations

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An influential model of democratic civil-military relations insists that civilian politicians and officials, accountable to the public, have “the right to be wrong” about the use of force. Ron Krebs discusses Americans’ views of civil-military relations.

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