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Commander-in-Chief Bush (2 of 2)

Dale Herspring participated in the second panel of the Hauenstein Center's Bush legacy conference in Washington, D.C. The panel explored "Presidential Powers and the Bush Administration."Dr. Dale Herspring is a University Distinguished Professor in the Political Science Department at Kansas State University. He is also a Visiting Professor to the University of Kansas. Dr. Herspring has published numerous books including The Pentagon and Presidential Authority, Civil-Military Relations from Franklin Roosevelt to George W. Bush (2005), Putin's Russia: Past Imperfect, Future Uncertain (2004), Soldiers, Commissars and Chaplains, From Cromwell to the Present (2001), Requiem for an Army: The Demise of the East German Military (1998), Requiem f?r eine Armee; Das Ende der Nationalen Volksarmee der DDR (2000), Russian Civil-Military Relations; Past and Present (1996), The Soviet High Command; 1964-1989; Politics and Personalities (1990), The Soviet Union and Strategic Arms (1984), Civil-Military Relations in Communist Systems (1978), and East German Civil-Military Relations: The Impact of Technology (1973).Dr. Herspring has also had numerous articles published in many different journals which include European Security, Problems of Post-Communism, Communism and Post-Communist Studies, Demokratizatsiya, Armed Forces and Society, Diplomacy and Statecraft, Minerva, Wojsko i Wychowanie, Russia and Eurasia Armed Forces Review Annual, Studies in Comparative Communism, Orbis, Survival, Adelphi Papers, Slavic Review, Comparative Strategy, Soviet Foreign Policy, and Armed Forces and Society.
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