Medicine: Bloodless Casualties

The U.S. has already pensioned 130,388 neuropsychiatric veterans of World War II, and nine out of ten of them never saw a battle. The Veterans Administration, which let out these figures last week, believes that most of these men were misfits in the first place, that much public expense could have been prevented by more careful weeding of recruits, especially in the first year of the war.


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