At a glance:
- Author: Richard Nixon
- First Published: 1988
- Type of Work: Political commentary
- Genres: Nonfiction, Politics, Social issues
- Subjects: Political science, Politicians, Geopolitics
Richard Nixon here offers readers the fourth book written after his memoirs; one that extends and combines the ideas he expressed previously in The Real War (1980), Real Peace (1984), and No More Vietnams (1985). Those books defined the substance of this one. 1999: Victory Without War is a treatment of the three ideas from the earlier books, applied to the last decade of the twentieth century.
These ideas are easily expressed if difficult to practice, simply because they make demands on Americans as a nation and as individuals. The...
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