A Strategy for Natural Survival

by James Gavin



In this analysis of contemporary issues facing the nation, the author suggests that a strategy for survival must go beyond military strength to include the economic status of a nation, the conditions of its domestic society, and the degree to which that nations plans for its future. The planners who formulate such a national strategy also must carefully assess the international political situation and the distribution and availability of essential material resources, such as minerals, petroleum products and foodstuffs.

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