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F.C. Brown Cloud posits that in America, only mythical violence commands respect Continue reading
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Tracing the paths of glory: Boys, Guns, and the Fascination with War
Jack Cheng recalls the time he spent on archeological digs in Syria, and wonders what happened to the kind people he encountered.
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