The Silencing of Soldiers
By Laurie L. Calhoun
For more than fifty years, the U.S. Defense Department has sponsored drug studies and brain research that aim to minimize soldiers all-too-human reticence to kill. The preemptive prescription of drugs intended to reduce soldiers self-doubts and anxieties may serve a strategic military purpose, but increasingly it comes at the expense of soldiers long-term well-being.
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