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Carefully researched by Broadway stage manager, television director, and five-year army serviceman Alan Anderson, The Songwriter Goes To War is enhanced with a handful of vintage black-and-white photographs, a roster of "This Is The Army" members and an index for easy quick referencing.
Still, I find this omission significant in light of the rising numbers of women in the military and newsmagazine cover stories asking what happens when mom goes to war.
When the United States finally goes to war again in the Persian Gulf, it will not constitute a settling of old scores, or just an enforced disarmament of illegal weapons, or a distraction in the war on terror," writes Barnett.
The reason a soldier, sailor, airman or Marine goes to war is so that he or she can help protect America and its allies, It has also always been the hope that by going now, we can prevent our children from having to go in the future.
There is also the sense that your family goes to war, too.
In America Goes to War Charles Neimeyer succeeds in "deconstruct[ing] the myths of Lexington and Concord.