Wilson’s Picket By Bill Kauffman - June 9, 2011 2 Reading Time: < 1 Facebook Twitter Email Print Wherein we go hopping down Bunny’s trail: www.amconmag.com/blog/wilsons-picket/ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Nightstand Why Do Soldiers Miss War? The Nightstand “Ordered Toward your Becoming”: On Natalie Carnes’s Motherhood: A Confession The Nightstand When Home is No Home: On Becoming Native to a Changing Place Region & Place Fitting into the Bigger Picture Short Hidden Wound, Living Bridges, and Local Food Processors The Stump Not Throwing Away My Shot: Alexander Hamilton and the Militarization of the American Police 2 COMMENTS Good timing, as I just ordered a copy of ‘Patriotic Gore’ earlier this week, after finishing Fussell’s ‘The Great War and Modern Memory.’ I was hoping that Wilson would provide something along similar lines except about the C.W. Seems like that might be accurate. “spent his final years as an exile at home . . . . . . The editors of the ironically named Life denounced Wilson for his “crotchety hogwash.” American Heritage refused to run a favorable notice by Daniel Aaron.” “crotchety hogwash” and unfavorable reviews. That is rather severe. And being Americans we do suffer much more acutely, and so those little heartaches of life are to us equal to banishment to the gulags of Siberia. Comments are closed.