Ep. 980 Moral Injury: War’s Undiscussed Casualty


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Peter van Buren returns to the show to discuss his novel Hooper’s War, set during World War II. Beneath all the casualty figures and the news reports is something profound and lasting that damages us during war, and the author brings it out even in the context of the “Good War.”

About the Guest

Peter van Buren, a 24-year veteran of the State Department, spent a year in Iraq as Team Leader for two Provincial Reconstruction Teams.

Book Discussed

Hooper’s War: A Novel of World War II

Guest’s Website

WeMeantWell.com

Guest’s Twitter

@WeMeantWell


Related Episode

Ep. 754 How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything (Rosa Brooks)

Previous Appearance

Ep. 967 The Failure in Iraq: A Whistleblowing Eyewitness to the “Reconstruction” of Iraq

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