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Book Reviews

Principles and Practices of Military Forensic Psychiatry

Peter Brown

Published: November 15, 1997

Article Abstract

In 1997, the American media discovered (or more aptly, rediscovered) a strange society living within the United States and many other countries around the world. It is a society with values foreign to the average U.S. citizen, arcane rules, and a rigid hierarchy. It has an annual budget larger than that of most countries and is highly proficient at breaking things and injuring people.


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