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But increasingly less so. "One such piece is Lee Sandlin’s “Losing the War,” which originally appeared in the Chicago Reader. It is a classic essay, easily better than most of what appears in any magazine in the United States." Indeed; in fact, it's one of my few missions to make sure everyone I've ever encountered reads "Losing the War," also "With a Clash of Symbols" and "Brilliant Heresy."
Also in the New Haven Review, former Reader contributor Nicholas Day (pdf).