THE WAR: The Men Who Cannot Come Home

THE WAR

WARREN FREDERICK, 24, leads a happy, uncomplicated existence. He shares an apartment in a high-rise building in suburban Toronto with a bachelor buddy, works as a weather forecaster for a local radio station and private industry. Like many Americans in his trade, Frederick learned his meteorology in the U.S. Air Force. Unlike many, however, Frederick, disillusioned with the U.S., left the Air Force 2½ years before his hitch was up and fled to Canada rather than accept his country's involvement in Viet Nam. Nor does he wish to return to stay. He scorns...

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