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War Stories

Over on the Spectator main page, there’s a lot of good stuff today, even before our Johnny-on-the-spot/ keeping-the-editors-up campaign coverage is posted. For starters, try this piece by Mark Tooley on the Immortal Four chaplains who went down with the U.S.S. Dorchester 65 years ago this week. Or here’s new contributor Franklin Freeman on the unprecedented American casualties in the Civil War. Freeman reminds us that “just executing America’s obligations ‘to the dead and their mourners required a vast expansion of the federal budget and bureaucracy and a reconceptualization of the government’s role.'”

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