«As I drive around the country, I meet strangers and we talk of war. We list the ways each war defined its generation in a particular way, how some wars seemed righteous, others felt shameful, and other wars are just abstract blips in our news feed. Each war. Because we’re always fighting somewhere. Today I think America is defined by the way in which its citizens ignore its wars.»
From the always amazing blog Big American Night.
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