Ep. 22 - On Writing and War

March 01, 2017 00:31:00
Ep. 22 - On Writing and War
Modern War Institute
Ep. 22 - On Writing and War
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In this episode, four writers discuss the ways that writing can help clarify our thinking about war—past, present, and future—and process firsthand experiences at war.

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