Originally published 03/24/2015
Brian Glyn Williams
Those who have made legends of fighters like Kyle and Juba rarely concern themselves with vexing ethical issues. Over a decade of war in Iraq has clearly anesthetized both societies and generated a need to create war heroes to make sense of it all.
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