By John F. Lehman, Harvey Sicherman
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American policy failed the American people in Somalia, not vice versa. Likewise, in the Bosnian crisis that unraveled after 1992, prevailing wisdom portrayed public support for involvement in the conflict as meager at best. However, this notion that the American people were hostile to more forceful action in Bosnia does not hold up in the face of systematic examination. In the most thorough and sophisticated analysis to date of poll data and media 45 On the development of American policy leading to the Lebanon tragedy, see George P.
67 AMERICA THE VULNERABLE little, however, to presidential or congressional leadership, which remained lackluster throughout the eleven-week campaign. 51 They supported the intervention because their moral outrage and resolve overcame their skepticism. The public shifted its support to a bombing pause and opening negotiations only when the air campaign continued into May 1999 without any sign of success or a change in military strategy. This shift, however, reflected concern not about potential American costs, but about the air campaign’s failure to halt the depradations inflicted upon Kosovar civilians.
America the Vulnerable : Our Military Problems and How to Fix Them by John F. Lehman, Harvey Sicherman