Joel Andreas

Assistant Professor of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University

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Assistant Professor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University and author of the illustrated exposé, Addicted to War: Why the US Can’t Kick Militarism

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As he considers General McChrystal's  request for more troops  in Afghanistan, President Obama faces a conflict defined by the Constitution.

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As he considers General McChrystal's request for more troops in Afghanistan, President Obama faces a conflict defined by the Constitution.

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