Mark Danner, a longtime New Yorker staff writer and a contributor to the New York Review of Books (NYRB), has been documenting the plight of those caught up in war, and the lies told by those who wage war, for years. Commonweal readers may recognize his name from the reporting he did from Central America in the 1980s, especially his exposé of the murder of one thousand innocent peasants by American- trained members of the Salvadoran army...
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