A significant difference between the Vietnam War and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is the near-universal support for the men and women fighting today. A generation ago, Americans had difficulty separating the war from the warrior. That’s one mistake that has not been repeated.
Law schools have a unique potential in this regard: forming clinics to provide legal assistance to members of the armed forces, which have more than just the obvious service and educational benefits.
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