Brothers in Arms
concludes, is the discovery that "human rights and strategic interests turn out to be consistent far more often than many Americans expect."
Brothers .in S "Success Story: Blacks in the Amy" Charles
C. Moskos, in The Atlantic (May 1986), 8 Ar-lington St., Boston, Mass. 02116.
Once a racial tinderbox, the U.S. armed forces now boast a degree of integration unmatched in civilian society.
So says Moskos, a sociologist at Northwestern. In his opinion, "there is