JOHN M. GATES--LIST OF SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS--BOOKS

Schoolbooks and Krags: The U. S. Army in the Philippines, 1898-1902 (Greenwood Press: Westport, CT, 1973), 315 pp.

Edited with Arnold Lewis (senior editor), Beth Lewis, and James Turner, Wooster in 1876 (The College of Wooster: Wooster, OH, 1976), 166 pp. with approximately 150 illustrations. Selected as "Outstanding Publication of the Year" by the Western Reserve Chapter of the American Architectural Association.

The U.S. Army and Irregular Warfare

 

PUBLICATIONS--ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

"General George Crook's First Apache Campaign," Journal of the West, 6 (1967), 310-320.

"The Philippines and Vietnam: Another False Analogy," Asian Studies, 10 (1972), 64-76.

"Philippine Guerrillas, American Anti-Imperialists, and the Election of 1900," Pacific Historical Review, 36 (1977), 51-64.

"The Alleged Isolation of U.S. Army Officers in the Late-19th Century," Parameters: Journal of the U. S. Army War College, 10 (1980), 32-45. Selected as the winner of the first annual Harold L. Peterson Award by the Eastern National Park and Monument Association.

"The Pacification of the Philippines, 1898-1902," The American Military in the Far East: Proceedings of the 9th Military History Symposium, U. S. Air Force Academy (U. S. Government Printing Office: Washington, 1982), 79-91 and 261-264. Reprinted in the special Philippine issue of Kabar Seberang (an Australian journal published at James Cook University in North Queensland), 11-12 (1982), 12-23.

"Indians and Insurrectos: The U. S. Army's Experience with Insurgency," Parameters: Journal of the U. S. Army War College, 13 (1983), 59-68. Reprinted in Lloyd J. Matthews & Dale E. Brown, eds., The Parameters of War: Military History from the Journal of the U.S. Army War College (Pergamon-Brassey's International Defense Publishers: Washington, 1987), 197-209, and in David Curtis Skaggs & Robert S. Browning III, In Defense of the Republic: Readings in American Military History (Wadsworth Publishing Company: Belmont, CA, 1991), 169-183.

"Vietnam: The Debate Goes On," Parameters: Journal of the U. S. Army War College, 14 (1984), 15-25. Reprinted in Lloyd J. Matthews & Dale E. Brown, eds., Assessing the Vietnam War: A Collection from the Journal of the U.S. Army War College (Pergamon-Brassey's International Defense Publishers: Washington, 1987), 43-56.

"War-Related Deaths in the Philippines, 1898-1902," Pacific Historical Review, 53 (1984), 367-378.

"The 'New' Military Professionalism," Armed Forces & Society, 11 (1985), 427-436.

"The Official Historian and the Well-Placed Critic: James A. LeRoy's Assessment of John R. M. Taylor's The Philippine Insurrection Against the United States," The Public Historian, 7 (1985), 57-67.

"A Hint of Gunpowder," Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 57 (1985), 144-150.

"Toward a History of Revolution," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 28 (1986), 535-544.

"American Military Leadership in the Vietnam War," in Henry S. Bausum, ed., Military Leadership and Command: The John Biggs Cincinnati Lectures, 1987, (The VMI Foundation, Inc.: Lexington, VA, 1987), 185-209.

"'Low Intensity Conflict' and 'Military Operations Short of War': The Humpty Dumpty Approach to the Development of Doctrine," Military Review, 68 (May 1988), 59-63.

"Yossarian Was My Mentor," Wooster, 104 (Spring 1990), 26-27.

"People's War in Vietnam," Journal of Military History, 55 (1990), 325-344.250.

"The Limits of Power: The U.S. Conquest of the Philippines," in A. Hamish Ion & E. J. Errington, Great Powers and Little Wars: The Limits of Power (Praeger Pubs.: Westport, CT, 1993), 125-143.

"If at First You Don't Succeed, Try to Rewrite History: Revisionism and the Vietnam War," in William Head & Lawrence E. Grinter, Looking Back on the Vietnam War: A 1990s Perspective on the Decisions, Combat, and Legacies (Greenwood Press: Westport, CT, 1993), 177-189.

"The Future of War," New Zealand International Review, 20 (May/June 1995), 2-5.

"Two American Wars in Asia: Successful Colonial War in the Philippines and Cold War Failure in Vietnam," War and History, 8 (2001), 47-71.

"James Belich and the Modern Maori Pa: Revisionist History Revised," War & Society, 19 (October 2001), 47-68.

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Last updated: Nov. 2002
John M. Gates jgates@wooster.edu