How the United States Covers Up the Real Costs of War

Norman Solomon ’s new book War Made Invisible: How America Hides the Human Toll of Its Military Machine examines the tactics used by the United States and the media to conceal the human costs of war, such as stifling antiwar dialogue, using technology to distance enemy victims of military action from the public eye, and controlling media intervention into the subject. We’ve put together a list of nine eye-opening points Solomon makes to illuminate what principled citizens should look for behind the mainstream justifications for future conflicts.

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