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Bridging the civilian-military gap

In honor of Veterans Day, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Stanford professor David Kennedy ’63 spoke on Monday about the danger posed by the widening gap between civilians and the military in the United States. At the event, which was held at the Clark Center and sponsored by the Stanford Historical Society, Kennedy identified the 1970s…

Op-Ed: Why the Military Matters

This is about citizenship, not politics—as shown by the two conservatives who volunteered their time to a progressive organization. As students, we constantly are reminded that we are tomorrow’s leaders in academia, business and government. Why, then, do so few of us know the differences between the Army and the Marine Corps?