Wednesday, April 29, 2009


In Debt of Honor (1994), Clancy examined the real world issues of Japanese American economic competition, the fragility of America’s financial system, and the hazards of US military downsizing.

An avid supporter of the US military, Clarcy works in an office lined with war games, books on weapons and government produced maps, all tributes to his lifelong fascination with technology and the military. In turn, he uses his books to advocate a strong American military posture.

The success of his books has resulted in his access to a wide variety of sources and information within military and intelligence intelligence circles that sets Clancy apart from other writers of military thrillers.

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