Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1877-1945

Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1877-1945
Title:
Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1877-1945
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Hardcover
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GPO Stock Number:
008-029-00333-3
ISBN:
9780160489839
Description

CMH 30-15. Army Historical Series. 2nd of three planned volumes on the history of Army domestic support operations. This volume encompasses the period of the rise of industrial America with attendant social dislocation and strife. Major themes are: the evolution of the Army's role in domestic support operations; its strict adherence to law; and the disciplined manner in which it conducted these difficult and often unpopular operations. L.C. card 94-13148.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents (Summary):

1. THE FORCES OF ORDER IN A DISORDERED ERA: THE U.S. ARMY AND LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY AMERICA

2. THE GREAT RAILWAY STRIKE OF 1877

3. LAWLESSNESS IN THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI WEST, 1878-1892

4. THE ANTI-CHINESE RIOTS OF 1885-1886

5. INDUSTRIAL ARMIES AND THE WESTERN PULLMAN STRIKE

6. THE CHICAGO PULLMAN STRIKE

7. THE ARMY AND LABOR RADICALISM IN COEUR D'ALENE, 1892-1899

8. ARMY INTERVENTIONS IN LABOR DISPUTES DURING THE PROGRESSIVE ERA, 1901-1913

9. WOODROW WILSON AND THE COAL MINE WARS, 1914-1915

10. INTER ARMA SILENT LEGES: THE ARMY AND THE WARTIME CAMPAIGN AGAINST LABOR RADICALISM, 1917-1918

11. THE ARMY AND CONTINUED LABOR UNREST, 1919-1920

12. THE RACE RIOTS OF 1919-1920

13. THE WEST VIRGINIA COAL MINE WARS AND THE RETURN TO NORMALCY, 1919-1921

14. INTERWAR CIVIL DISTURBANCE CONTINGENCY PLANNING, 1919-1941: THE ARMY PREPARES FOR CIVIL WAR

15. THE DEVELOPMENT OF ARMY CIVIL DISTURBANCE DOCTRINE, 1984-1945

16. THE BONUS MARCH, 1932

17. PLANT SEIZURES AND RACE RIOTS, 1940-1945

CONCLUSION 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

PHOTOGRAPH CREDITS

INDEX

MAPS

ILLUSTRATIONS

Audience

Military leaders, especially in the U.S. Army, active and reserve military members, policymakers and members government will all benefit from the lessons learned by the U.S. Army's involvement in domestic support operations detailed in this publication.

Product Details

Availability Details:
Backordered
USA Price:
$23.00
International Price:
$32.20
Publisher:
Defense Dept., Army, Center of Military History
Author:
  • Laurie, Clayton D.
Notes:
NB1261
Key Phrases:
  • Center of Military History Publication 30 15
  • Army Historical Series
  • Armed Forces
  • Domestic Disorders
  • Riots
  • Military History
  • Insurgency
Weight:
3
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Discount
Cover:
Cloth
Subject Bibliography:
059NA 131IN
Unit of Issue (US):
1
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
1
Record Creation Date:
02/06/1997
Last Status Update:
09/03/2019
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