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Title:
Should women be allowed to serve in combat in the U.S. Armed Forces?
Author:
Henningfeld, Diane Andrews.
Publication Information:
Detroit : Greenhaven Press, [2008]

©2008
Physical Description:
116 pages ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
Women should be allowed to serve in combat roles in the U.S. armed forces / J. Michael Brower -- Women should not be allowed to serve in combat roles in the U.S. armed forces / Phyllis Schlafly -- Women already serve in combat roles in the U.S. armed forces despite ban / Ann Scott Tyson -- Women demonstrate competence in combat roles in the U.S. armed forces / Henry J. Cordes -- Physical differences make women incompetent in combat roles / Mackubin Thomas Owens -- Combat exclusion law is unconstitutional and should be struck down / Valerie K. Vojdik -- Combat exclusion law for women must be enforced / Elaine Donnelly -- Combat exclusion law limits women's military careers / Christopher T. Fulton -- Combat exclusion law does not limit women in the military / Ellen Embrey -- Women in combat roles weaken the U.S. armed services / George Neumayr -- Banning women from combat is ethically wrong / Erin Solaro -- To be draftable, women must be allowed in combat / Kalamazoo Gazette -- Women should not be drafted, nor allowed in combat / Robert L. Maginnis.
ISBN:
9780737739381

9780737739398
Format :
Book

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In 2013, the military ban on women serving in combat was removed. For many years prior to this decision, however, this issue was a contentious topic of debate. This edition explores various arguments for and against women serving in combat, offering a diverse set of perspectives on the history of this topic.