Breach of Trust, by Andrew J. Bacevich
Every year, hundreds of thousands of freshly minted high school graduates enter college across the United States. On the surface, this fall’s ritual of college orientation looked very much like any other’s. Yet there is something different about this group of 18-year-olds. They represent a rare generation of American college freshmen whose country has been at war since the day they entered elementary school.
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