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War Correspondence

When you go through one of those anti-clutter frenzies usually associated with spring cleaning and you prepare to shred old paper, here's one category you should avoid: your family's letters, especial

Originally aired Marcy 28, 2007.

When you go through one of those anti-clutter frenzies usually associated with spring cleaning and you prepare to shred old paper, here's one category you should avoid: your family's letters, especially those written during wartime. The stories they tell, including writings about faith, religion, and God can give enormous insight into moral, political and philosophical matters related to war and conflict. Guest

  • Andrew Carroll , editor of several best-selling books of war letters. His latest is Grace Under Fire: Letters of Faith in Times of War .