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Tuesday July 5th, 2022 6:47PM

LISTEN: Uncertain Ground: Citizenship in the Age of Endless Invisible War

By Mornings on Maine Street

Former Marine officer Phil Klay shares his experience of finding himself part of a community of veterans trying to grapple with the meaning of their time at war for themselves and their country. Klay talks about the little-known conflicts continuing in other countries involving our military. 

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