John L. Romjue

John L. Romjue is a historian with the U.S. Army.

Latest by John L. Romjue in Chronicles

  • August 1987


    The political left's deconstruction of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" into an ICBM closing on a child's bedroom window is only the most memorable of the assaults on the Strategic Defense Initiative since it was announced by President Ronald Reagan on March 23, 1983.

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  • December 1986

    Second Adam

    Most persons now living can expect to witness the turning from the second to the third millennium of the Christian era. The year 2000 anno Domini looms as a seeming tower in time, commanding our attentive awe as we approach it.

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  • September 1986

    Journalists and Other Turncoats

    America's journalists enjoyed their finest hour during Vietnam—indulging in reporting that overwhelmed all objective presentation of American military action. A recent book about Robert Garwood by two former reporters for the Washington Star suggests that our newspapermen are not done yet.

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