The Wages of War: When America's Soldiers Came Home: From Valley Forge to Vietnam by Richard Severo, Lewis Milford

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The Wages of War: When America's Soldiers Came Home: From Valley Forge to Vietnam

'“A powerful indictment of the way America has provided for those who have gone in harm’s way on her behalf.” —The New York Times   “A vivid, factual picture of the gross disregard for our veterans . . . impressive . . . magnificent.” —The Washington Post Book World   “Severo and Milford have written the definitive work on how we have treated our returning veterans.” —Houston Chronicle   “Full of color and fire, wit and vitriol.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review   “An eyebrow-raising work of social history that examines how America’s soldiers have been treated after each of this country’s ten wars . . . Logically presented, and a noteworthy indictment of governmental disregard.” —Kirkus Reviews   “One of those rare books that can change the way we think about our nation’s history.” —Seymour Hersh    '
'“A powerful indictment of the way America has provided for those who have gone in harm’s way on her behalf.” —The New York Times   “A vivid, factual picture of the gross disregard for our veterans . . . impressive . . . magnificent.” —The Washington Post Book World   “Severo and Milford have written the definitive work on how we have treated our returning veterans.” —Houston Chronicle   “Full of color and fire, wit and vitriol.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review   “An eyebrow-raising work of social history that examines how America’s soldiers have been treated after each of this country’s ten wars . . . Logically presented, and a noteworthy indictment of governmental disregard.” —Kirkus Reviews   “One of those rare books that can change the way we think about our nation’s history.” —Seymour Hersh    '
Publisher: Open Road Media Edited By: Mark Crispin Miller ISBN: 9781504031516 Pages: 495