U.S. At War: Not Like a Doe

Stars & Stripes turned an angry soldier's eye on "the psychoneurosis fad which is sweeping the country and which is based on the belief that every returning veteran is maladjusted. . . ."

Said the G.I.'s newspaper of home-front goings-on:

"Every screwball with thick lenses and a long haircut is setting up shop as an expert on the returning veteran. If you wife or sweetheart runs behind a good, solid oak table when you finally go bounding in the front door, don't say we didn't warn you."

Many men, Stars & Stripes agreed, will be real psychoneurotic casualties, in need of scientific treatment, but...

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