The Problems and the Role of the Army's Office of Legislative Liaison.
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The essay is an analysis of the Armys Office of Chief of Legislative Liaison to determine whether that office is satisfactorily performing its assigned role of being the contact point between the Congress and the Army. The general conclusion is that in the past the office has satisfactorily performed its assigned responsibility, but that in the future, due to changing social and political conditions, it will be necessary for the office to alter its approach to Congress in such areas as dealing with a more critical Congress, coping with the effects of the new Budget Act, and making more information available to Congress.
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