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American Civil-Military Relations

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The basic question underlying this book is: How have military personnel been treated when it comes to permitting them to vote, especially if they were in the field or otherwise deployed away from their home precincts? Related to that is the question of the relationship between Americans and their armed forces. The unevenness of that relationship speaks much to how elected officials have decided to resolve the issue of whether to grant service personnel the right to vote in absentia.

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Military Personnel Military Force Officer Corps Military Culture Civilian World 
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