The New York Times today has an article in which the reporter more or less argues that pictures of the wounded and killed are necessary to accurately report on war.
Funny, I've got a copy of Brave Men on my bookshelf, and it doesn't seem like Pyle needed pictures of corpses to get his point across. Can it really be true that those working for the Gray Lady forget the journalistic achievements of the past so quickly?
Lessons From the Roman Art of War - Sometime in the late 4th or early 5th century, as the late Roman Empire stumbled along in the twilight of its power, an author of whom almost nothing is ...
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