Special Issue of the PEACE REVIEW on:
"The Psychological Interpretation of War"
Editors, Richard Koenigsberg and Wendy Hamblet
Horace wrote that "it is sweet and fitting to die for one's country." =
thought has echoed through the centuries, punctuating the battle cries =
those who dream of righteous conquest and holy war. Warfare has been
perpetuated to the extent that struggles on the battlefield have been =
with ideals such as honor, duty, and loyalty.