I have long admired Andrew J. Bacevich’s writings. His style is limpid and often eloquent. His analyses are penetrating and challenging. One does not read him without seriously reconsidering one’s own views. His recent essay “Selling Our Souls” (Commonweal, August 12) is no exception. One need not be a teacher to smile with recognition at his description of the way young people...
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