Weapons Systems and Political Stability - A History
"One thing we learn from experience with power is that force is effective in subjecting the will of one person or group to that of another person or group only in a specific situation. There can be no general subordination of wills, because, as situations change, the wills of both parties may change."
Carroll Quigley. Weapons Systems and Political Stability. 1st ed. 1983. p. 35