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The Structure of War: Early Fourth Epoch War Research: T. Lindsay Moore
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A few scholars educated in the post-Vietnam era of American political science and history have begun to question the adequacy of the prevailing view in providing a full and complete account of war in the twentieth century. The nature of the 'Cold War', Korea, Vietnam, low-intensity conflict, and campaigns of power projection all pose a vigorous and serious challenge to the received opinion on the meaning and significance to be accorded war and our understanding of its conduct.