Healing the Moral Wounds of Our Soldiers
Nancy Sherman's message is clear: society must understand the totality of human experiences of war, including their moral dimensions.
For my father, WW2 was never over
In 1998, I drove my parents from Wisconsin to Georgia to visit the new National POW Museum. My siblings couldn't believe I'd agreed to this.
A veteran’s moral injury
In Iraq, my perception of good and evil began to erode. What I lost was a world that made moral sense.
Can there be a ‘humane’ execution?
Every method of killing can become a form of torture for the person being executed—and a means of moral injury to the executioner.