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The Norm

What the Marine Corps Taught Me About Social Justice

Loyalty to Moral Principles, Not People

I couldn’t tell you the exact date, or even the specific infraction committed. I do remember the air of tension. The feeling of anxiety not knowing who did what and even worse, not knowing if the hammer would come down on me — feeling guilty and anxious for doing something I didn’t even know happened.

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Thomas St Thomas

Thomas St Thomas

I’ve got questions. Writing helps me find the answers. Husband, dad, Afghan vet, healthcare process consultant, former fitness guru.

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