Sheldon Richman on the Lethal Legacy of US Intervention

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Americans seem to believe that once the U.S. military exits a foreign country, its moral accountability ends. But the deadly consequences — and culpability — continue long after the last soldier leaves. Sheldon Richman highlights both the horrific legacy left by our military in Iraq as well as the lasting repercussions of long-forgotten damage done in Southeast Asia.

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