Jonathan Bastian talks with Margaret MacMillan, historian and author of “War: How Conflict Shaped Us,” about how war has defined our lives and our culture. Later, Edward Tick, psychotherapist, poet and author of “Warrior's Return: Restoring the Soul After War,” and Rabbi Steve Leder speak about the invisible wounds of war, the feeling of helplessness in the presence of evil, and building resilience.
Why do we war?
From this Episode:
How war has shaped us
Historian MacMillan talks about the complexity of war and dispels the myth that fighting is in our DNA. She highlights that war, more than any other time in ordinary life,...