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Readers sound off on GOP, PTSD, Kansas politics

While the undertaking of a comprehensive study of post-traumatic stress disorder in military veterans is commendable, the last premise to be examined “whether disability compensation affects motivation to recover” indicates how very little that we have learned about the condition since Gen. George Patton slapped a soldier with the condition and accused him of cowardice during World War II.

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