Paths of dissent : soldiers speak out against America's misguided wars / Andrew Bacevich and Daniel A. Sjursen, editors.
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- ISBN: 9781250870179
- ISBN: 1250870178
- Physical Description: x, 290 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Metropolitan Books, Henry Holt and Company, 2022.
- Copyright: ©2022
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Introduction: Reflections on military dissent / Andrew Bacevich -- As American as it gets / Erik Edstrom -- How I got my humanity back from the Army / Joy Damiani -- A fresh purpose / Dan Berschinski -- Going public with the truth / Daniel L. Davis -- What good is dissent? / Roy Scranton -- When grunts complain / Buddhika Jayamaha -- The accountability-avoidance two-step / Jason Dempsey -- From the Rust Belt to Mesopotamia / Vincent Emanuele -- Candor and intolerance / Paul Yingling -- A sailor's story / Jonathan W. Hutto Sr. -- Reclaiming my morality / Matthew P. Hoh -- Truth, lies, and propaganda / Kevin Tillman -- Gian Gentile -- My good war / Gil Barndollar -- From soldier to witness / Elliott Woods -- Conclusion: The price of free pizza / Andrew Bacevich.
Fifteen original essays from American veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan offer first-hand perspectives on what made America's post-9/11 wars such costly and misguided exercises in futility, documenting how the world's self-proclaimed greatest military powerwent so badly astray.
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