While the economy and a new President have recently and powerfully captured the
attention of America and much of the world, the United States-led war on terror, as the
military actions following the September 11th attacks are often
called, seems to have fallen from the front of our collective consciousness.
Even without intervening worries like natural disasters and dwindling
investments, attention in our culture is hard to keep. There are many reasons
some valid, some embarrassing why we may have lost interest in these wars, but
where our distraction is caused by the disconnection of receiving information in
media snippets, The Forever War is the cure.
Think about it: can your family's struggles, your customs or your faith be explained in a one minute sound bite? Can a nation's? Is there any organized group you are acquainted with that is composed ...
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