When War is Normal

Greg Jaffe opens, “This is the American era of endless war.”

It certainly is. Endless separations of parents and children. The endless agony of those who come home broken. Endless fears. Endless debt. Read A Decade After the 9/11 Attacks, Americans Live in an Era of Endless War

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One Response to When War is Normal

  1. Jack Smith says:

    I have been on the road for 2.5 months of a 3.5 month holiday away from home, family and friends. I am doing so because I want to! Can any one imagine what we are doing to our soldiers who are away for many times my time. In addition, their cause is to murder the enemy for the political ambition of our political leaders and the wealth war profiteers. Bear with me, I just cannot bring this picture into focus.

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