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Former Marine Elliot Ackerman raises complicated questions about intellectualism in a time of war in a new novel about the Afghan War, GREEN ON BLUE.
We no longer have a draft, so most of us are insulated from the idea of going to war.
“If I wanted to join the military and climb the ladder to a high rank, or to run for public office, I’d pretty much be screwed.”
At each turn the U.S. has sought to exploit third world bodies and this latest offer of citizenship is only the newest extension of power. American sons and daughters are deemed far too precious to die on foreign soil.