Addiction to War, Cindy Sheehan interviews Chris Hedges

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March 2, 2009

Addiction to War – March 1, 2009 (SOAPBOX #9, with Journalist Christopher Hedges)

Have you ever wondered just why military suicides happen so often these days?  This Sunday (March 1) our Soapbox showcases Journalist Christopher Hedges, former Middle East bureau chief for the New York Times.  Chris is currently a senior fellow at The Nation Institute in New York City.  He has been a war correspondent since 1983, and he has covered nearly every military struggle the US has been engaged in since that time.  He presents vivid insight into the psychology of war – especially in terms of its effects on our troops in the field, and on the American public who they defend.  Listen to Chris’ depiction of the nature and depth of the disconnect such violent combat engenders.  Give him a listen, and then take a fresh look at all the factors:  Ask yourself:  What is our great nation doing to its young?


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