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Brandon's children have been at war their entire lives.The Marine Corps taught Peter that despair and violence were renewing.The children were playing on the floor of his hospital room while his wife looked out the window.She didn’t say anything when I rearranged his pillow, or even when I left the room. By Sarah Holzhalb With every step they would watch me, as the suffocating humidity of Louisiana summer drenched me in salty sweat.As long as the Afghans he encountered thought it was OK to treat women like property, like killing a woman was equivalent to killing a goat, Tim Patterson writes, then they were never going to understand higher-level concepts like voting, or free speech, or feminism.A decade later, I found myself going back and forth with an antiwar protestor after covering a rally at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for the student newspaper.

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I’d like to think that they were silently cheering me on, smirking humorously at my idea of “fun”—training for my first marathon.