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BOOK REVIEW

Soldiers share thoughts on less-obvious conflicts

By Chuck Leddy
Globe Correspondent / April 1, 2010

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Nancy Sherman, a Georgetown University professor, has spent her career working with soldiers on the moral and psychological issues that haunt them. Her nuanced book blends both her practical experience and her academic background as a military ethicist conversant with Aristotle, Seneca, Freud, and others. Sherman diagnoses “the internal war’’ that soldiers fight as “they wrestle with the guilt of ... (Full article: 608 words)

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