Mary Dudziak: The absence of the people in war means that the people do not tire of the costs of war. The people’s remoteness and isolation from war undermines their traditional role as a restraint.
Every Friday the LA Progressive features a comment that was particularly noteworthy. This week we are featuring a comment that was submitted in response to “McCain: Unbalanced, Unglued, and Unfit,” by Charley James. Here’s Allan’s comment: “Scary thought, or frightening reality? I’ll go with the latter. And this is why: My father was a POW […]