Contents: This book includes thirteen essays that address various aspects of the United States «Military-Industrial Complex»
and President Dwight D. Eisenhower's farewell warning about that complex. The essays are organized according to a variety
of «perspectives»: contemporary, economic and historical, and rhetorical and psychological. The book concludes with an essay
that argues for considering Eisenhower's farewell warning as a «new paradigm» for thinking about the relationships between
the citizenry, government, and industry.