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No More Heroes

Madness and Psychiatry In War

Richard A. Gabriel

Hill and Wang

No More Heroes is an in depth exploration of madness and psychiatry in war.

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No More Heroes
1The Face of Modern WarAmericans are a fortunate people, especially when it comes to war. Our collective psyche has been only lightly touched by war. In all its major wars the United States has lost relatively small numbers of men killed and wounded in comparison with other nations, to say nothing of being able to avoid the death and suffering of civilians and the mass destruction of property that invariably accompanies a war fought in one's own country. Except for the Civil War, in those few instances where we have gone to war we have fought on foreign soil. A consequence of
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  • Richard A. Gabriel

  • Richard A. Gabriel, professor of politics at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., served twenty-two years as an active intelligence officer, much of it spent at the Directorate of Foreign Intelligence in the Pentagon.  A consultant to the House and Senate Armed Services Committees, he is the author of numerous books on military subjects, including Operation Peace for Galilee and Crisis in Command (with Paul Savage).
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