This is a book that should be required reading for any prospective service person.
Some of the questions raised and answered in Hedges book might even shock them because of some of the outstanding truths that are revealed.
In my book there was a slip mentioning a website, where the authors plan to list new questions submitted by readers.
If you or someone you know is planning to enlist, this is a required read before you sign anything.Published 1 month ago by Oliver D. Allen III
From Breitbart News:
Chris Hedges is a big deal in left-wing circles, and according to the left-wing New Republic, Hedges is also a serial plagiarizer. Read more
Brilliant. Eye opening. You will find yourself quoting this book to friends, family, everybody. Unforgettable accounts of life in the military.Published 3 months ago by ui_chris
one of the worst books ever. what a waste of money ,what a terrible written mess I have ever picked upPublished 5 months ago by carl christiano
What Every Person Should Know About War is written by Christ Hedges. Free Press published this book in 2003. Christ Hedges is a New York Times journalist and an author. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lindsay Ziegler
The book is written in question and answer format. If I were you, I would buy Death of the Liberal Class, American Fascists, Losing Moses on the Freeway, or any other Hedges book.Published 8 months ago by Neal Diamond
Anyone who persists in the idea that war is heroic, that it is effectual, that it is moral under any circumstance, must read this book by an author who has been there - done that. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Herbert W. Fawcett
Without glamorization or moralizing, this book touches on many aspects of the experience of soldiers and civilians caught up in war. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Phillygal
It's full of facts about war. It is not a war story book rather a what you can expect if you decide to play in a war. Or if you are stuck in one. Read morePublished 20 months ago by tjdonovan