Arming America: How the U.S. Buys Weapons

Boston, MA: Harvard University, 1974. First? Edition. First? Printing. 26 cm, 484, footnotes, figures, tables, index, front DJ flap price clipped, DJ worn and small pieces missing, flyleaf stained. This is probably the most comprehensive book that has ever been written about how the United States buys weapons. It begins with the initiation ofa weapon system and follows the process all the way through. Condition: very good, fair.

Keywords: U.S. Congress, Politics & Govt., Pentagon, Logistics, Weapons Systems, Procurement, GAO

ISBN: 0875841082

[Book #21992]

Price: $40.50

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