In an erudite and gracefully written first book entitled wars waste beth linker explores the cultural political and medical meanings ascribed to the rehabilitation of disabled soldiers and veterans during the world war i era deftly wielding insights from the history of medicine gender analysis and historical institutionalism . In wars waste rehabilitation in world war i america beth linker dispels that myth many of the original motivations and strategies of rehabilitation had their roots in events that surrounded . Wars waste rehabilitation in world war i america by at a time when thousands of american veterans from the wars in iraq and afghanistan struggle with disability and rehabilitation the cultural political and institutional foundations of their care and its inadequacies deserve this special attention. On the one hundredth anniversary of world war i it might be especially opportune to consider one of the unspoken inheritances of global warfare soldiers who return home physically and or psychologically wounded from battle with that in mind this excerpt from wars waste rehabilitation in world war i america contextualizes the relationship between rehabilitation as the proper social . Get this from a library wars waste rehabilitation in world war i america beth linker with us soldiers stationed around the world and engaged in multiple conflicts americans will be forced for the foreseeable future to come to terms with those permanently disabled in battle at the
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