Betraying Our Soldiers Wounded in Wars of Empire and Profit

Who is left to fight wars when they are not for national survival? Who dies and who survives with terrifying mental and physical wounds when armed conflict becomes a battle for hegemony, profit and spheres of influence? Tom Engelhardt, publisher of They Were Soldiers, describes how author Ann Jones "explores her relations with Americans from the time she was helping Afghan civilians with casualties caused by American convoys to the time, at age 73, that she donned body armor and combat boots and embedded at a US [...]