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Minneapolis, MN: Zenith Press, 2008. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. xv, , 384 pages. Occasional Footnotes. Illustrations. Appendix A: Timeline of Critical Events in This Book. Appendix B: Secretaries of Defense and Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Appendix C: The Pentagon on the Pentagon. Select Source Materials. Index. DJ has slight wear and soiling. David Alexander has written and published in virtually every literary category, including novels, novelettes, short fiction, poetry, essays and film scripts. He attended Columbia University in New York City and Sorbonne University in Paris, France. Alexander has written technical papers as a defense analyst for some of the world's most prestigious international defense publications on high-technology combat systems and their strategic and tactical applications. He is as conversant with the global corporate and civilian defense sector as he is with the military side. Few can claim the scope of his knowledge of and familiarity with the international defense community, ranging from weapon systems to global strategic policy.
New York: HarperCollinsPublishers (An Edward Burlingame Book), 1990. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. 25 cm. viii. , 572,  pages. Illustrations. Maps. Sources. Interviews by the Author. Notes. Index. DJ torn and soiled. David Callahan is founder and editor of Inside Philanthropy, a digital media site. Previously, he was a Senior Fellow at Demos, a public policy group based in New York City that he co-founded in 1999. He is also an author and lecturer. He is best known as the author of the books The Givers and The Cheating Culture. Callahan has published two books on U.S. foreign policy:Dangerous Capabilities, a biography of Paul Nitze, and Unwinnable Wars, a study of U.S. involvement in such ethnic conflicts as the wars in Bosnia, Rwanda, Lebanon, and Biafra. Callahan has written articles for The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Foreign Policy, The American Prospect, and The Nation. Nitze was one of the most influential cold war officials, a master who helped construct the foundations of America's policy toward Russia.