Subject: Why did the Vietnam war seem to cause greater psychological damage?
Date: Sat Jan 15 16:49:13 2000
Posted by Ian
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: No school entered.
City: San Francisco State/Province: CA
Area of science: Neuroscience
It would seem, from media coverage, that the Vietnam conflict caused
greater damage psychologically to combatants than Korea, WWII, WWI, and
other US conflicts. I understand the unpopular aspect of the war but it
seems that it is too simple an explanation. Is it just the clearer
perception of the near past that makes it seem to take a greater toll or
is there another basis?
Re: Why did the Vietnam war seem to cause greater psychological damage?
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