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There is no question that the men and women fighting in Iraq have the support, sympathy and goodwill of their fellow citizens. The outrage over the poor treatment given soldiers at Walter Reed Medical Center has demonstrated that.

Even before the big scandal broke there was a quiet movement to treat returning soldiers being waged by individuals. One of them, blogger Ilona Meagher, has written a book “Moving Our Nation to Care,” about post-traumatic stress and its effects on those who have served. It’s today’s Hotspot.

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