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From the Publisher"....Military readers may find War and Moral Dissonance worth buying just for its powerful opening essay....has fine passages that deserve to be read and digested...."
—Major Douglas A. Pryer, USA, Wales, UK, Military Review
"French (Arizona State) makes a unique and insightful contribution to the literature arising out of the war on terror....The opening chapter is worth the price of the book alone.... This volume is suitable for a wide range of readers, including military chaplains.... Recommended...."
—S.D. Lake, Trinity Christian College, CHOICE
"...this book should be studied in preparation for command. It provides a wonderful insight into the fragility of the human condition both in terms of witnessing the horrors of modern warfare and how even disciplined Western militaries contain individuals who will revert to the basest of human behaviour.... For the naval reader who lacks combat experience ashore, this book provides an alternative viewpoint on how difficult the last decade has been on our army and marine colleagues..."
—Dave Mugridge, Canadian Naval Review