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Challenging a romanticized view of the WWII era: ‘The myth always seems to win out’


How do we remember our heroes, our nation’s greatest victories? And what lessons do we learn from history? A provocative recent book examines the story of what’s become known as “the Greatest Generation” and its impact on America’s wars ever since. Jeffrey Brown has the story for our arts and culture series, “CANVAS.”

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