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From the Publisher"In the author's view, U.S. involvement in Central America during the 1980s clearly demonstrated the limits of intervention and use of force in internal conflicts. He believes that much can be learned today from our experience in those cases because, while U.S. aims were achieved, the operations had no tangible impact on the greater purpose — the Cold War overall."
"[An] excellent and very timely book… Greentree's book is an excellent place to start for those who would like to refresh their memories about this critical era in the history of irregular warfare."
"American policymakers…like anyone else who wants to learn about those conflicts, would profit greatly from reading this…very useful study."