American Service New National Service for the United States
Brennan, Matthew S.
Upshaw, Kyle L.
Lober, George W.
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Numerous Americans fear that their way of life is at riska risk that is generated as American society grows increasingly diverse. To strengthen the bonds of a great nation, this thesis describes how national service, or better yet, American Service could be implemented. The thesis explores the theory behind national service along with offering domestic and foreign examples. By extracting best practices from case studies, the authors offer a set of ten prescriptions for a future American Service program that range from it being compulsory to offering different options for service.
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