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Empathy In A Time Of War

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One of the United States’ most decorated Vietnam War veterans said in a 1989 interview that he respected people who protested the war in the 1960’s. Including those who chose to go to jail. Because they “at least tried to help America within the system.”

But the “guys who went to Canada, I don’t respect them at all”, he said. “They didn’t help the system. They didn’t change the system…The folks who ran away to Canada…

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