American Historical Review
This is essentially an institutional study of the Union Quartermaster Department in the American Civil War, and its central thesis is that “modern American business and government were shaped directly and indirectly by a military model of administration that had been on display in 1861–1865” (p. 4).
Original Publication Citation
Wilson, H. S. (2007). The business of war: Military mobilization and the state, 1861-1865. American Historical Review, 112(3), 854-855. doi:10.1086/ahr.112.3.854
Wilson, Harold S., "The Business of War: Military Mobilization and the State, 1861-1865" (2007). History Faculty Publications. 15.