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    1. How shocking images of the Vietnam war helped stoke the antiwar movement of the 1960s, and how we've since become inured to them and the horrors of war generally.

    2. Images of War

      Middle East OnlineAug 12 03:04 AM

      So much of what I’m describing must seem utterly alien today. At a time when America’s endless wars might as well be millions of miles from our shores (and the national security state desperately needs a few “lone-wolf” Islamic terror types to drive home how crucial it is to our protection), it’s hard to remember how large the Vietnam War once loomed in our national life.

    3. A generation ago, protests helped bring an end to an unjust war. Now we turn a blind eye to extrajudicial murder

    4. Comments

      San Diego ReaderAug 28 08:38 AM

      Somehow, some way, someday / We're gonna burn this bitch down for what they did in Abu Ghraib / Somebody, somewhere, say something / I've tried myself and I haven't changed one thing.

    5. The Congressman told about 150 people at a Town Hall session on Wednesday that he wants to hear more public input before casting his vote.

    6. Do the Genes of Warriors Win the Evolution Battle?

      The Wall Street JournalAug 19 07:52 AM

      Does success in warfare enhance reproductive success, making war evolutionarily beneficial? Robert M. Sapolsky on new research

    7. EL CERRITO -- The deal President Barack Obama negotiated with Iran over its nuclear program was the issue of the hour when freshman Congressman Mark DeSaulnier held a town-hall meeting for area residents in the auditorium at Harding Elementary School.

    8. Rethinking Warren G. Harding

      New York TimesAug 27 12:33 AM

      A president usually ranked among the worst had a lot going for him, including being ahead of his time on race.

    9. A president usually ranked among the worst had a lot going for him, including being ahead of his time on race.

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