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General Wards Colonial Army is an enlightening collection of articles giving the history of the Massachusetts minute-men and militia that first engaged the British during the Revolutionary War. When this series was originally published for The Massachusetts Magazine, 1908-1918, the periodical proved an authoritative resource on the officers of the Massachusetts Revolutionary regiments and has been compiled, edited, and updated for a modern audience by Keith A. Brough. This book, pulling extensively from the collected information of Dr. Frank A. Gardner-who wrote the original articles and began chronicling these events at age seventeen-also incorporates factual data researched and recovered by Brough. Chapters are logically organized by regiment and county, with each containing a biographical narrative and historical sketch of the corresponding regiment, thus forming a natural reference guide to the Commonwealths 17 volume Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War. The book creates a unique perspective and vivid picture of key officers as they developed in their careers. The information includes their location of service, the date of enlistment, the action they saw, alarms to which they responded, and finally their resignation date, in addition to other pertinent facts.
The book is an attempt to construct frameworks for the analysis of oligopoly which combine both the rivalrous and cooperative elements in the market structure of mature oligopolistic industries. It provides an alternative approach to those of game theory and conjectural variation, and does so in a fashion that permits: - the development of a general equilibrium framework that incorporates oligolopy - operational analysis of pricing policies in oligolopy - the tailoring of the analytical framework to the specifics of an industry within the context of multiobjective decision making. The book stresses the need for economic theory to move away from the search for universal theorems concerning oligopolistic behaviour, and to develop a body of specific industry analyses using ``simulative theorizing.
Birth of the American Force Projection Army: The Impact of Political, Military, and National Culture and Strategic Position on US Efforts to Incorporate a Prussian-Style General Staff System.: William M. Campsey, Glen E. Christensen