Date of Award
Master of Arts
Masters Thesis-Open Access
Civilian control of the military in the United States is widely conceived to be Congressional control. The ultimate goal of Congressional procedures is believed to be the "effective Congressional--and civilian--control of the military establishment."1 It is questionable, however, if the United States Constitution intends Congress to be the instrument that exercises civilian control of the military.
Hall, "The Congressional Phase of the Military Budget, 1961: A Study in Civil Military Relations" (1962). Master's Theses. 4992.