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James Carroll

The disappearance of war-broken soldiers

By James Carroll
May 8, 2007

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MY EARLIEST memory of a trip to the doctor is a happy one. I was 6 or 7. I had hurt my arm, and, because I desperately wanted a cast and a sling, I insisted it was broken. I remember that the doctor was kind, and he gently let me know that my arm was only sprained. Nevertheless, he wrapped ... (Full article: 754 words)

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