The President's First Year and World War 4
Douglas Cohn talked about his book The President’s First Year: None Were Prepared, Some Never Learned - Why the Only School for Presidents Is the Presidency, about the first years of U.S. presidents and the lessons they have learned during this time. He also talked about his book World War 4, in which he provides nine possible scenarios for the fourth World War. close
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Douglas "Sandy" Cohn Author
Alan B. Salisbury Major General (Retired) U.S. Army
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