“. . . See How The Army’s Toughest Soldiers Get Made”
Associate Professor of Economics, North Carolina State Univ.
“It is a measure of the power of narrative that we publicly grieve more for the deaths of our enemies than those of our allies in a war that is now fading quickly from human memory,” the blogger Tigerhawk writes. On both the European and Pacific theaters of World War II, Hollywood and the rest of the left have certainly been doing their part in recent years.
The US government is trying its own hand at video propaganda in this war against the Islamist group known as