THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
James Carroll

How not to tell a true war story

By James Carroll
May 3, 2010

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The military's problem did not begin with screen technologies, laptops, and clickers. It began with the bureaucratic leveling of decision making that occurred during World War II, symbolized and abetted by the vast anonymity of the Pentagon. (Full article: 707 words)

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