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fundamental American beliefs of civilian-military relations in ways that still exist today. Bill McCollum, Ed.D., Fort Leavenworth, Kansas THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA: The Making of Douglas MacArthur Mark Perry, Basic Books, New York, 2014, 416 pages, $29.99 M ark Perry’s efforts as an author reflect eclectic interests ranging from accounts of terrorism and the collection of intelligence to the remarkable account of Mark Twain’s assistance to Ulysses S. Grant as the ailing president wrote his autobiography. The Most Dangerous Man in America is his ninth book.