What Is War?
by G. Lowell Tollefson
Publisher: LLT Press 2015
Number of pages: 158
Based on G. Lowell Tollefson's experiences as a U.S. Marine in Vietnam and his philosophical reflections since then, this book has implications for America's current and future conflicts. It asks us to look honestly at the hard questions about war...
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