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outubro 09, 2006

há uma crise na recruta de jovens nas forças armadas norte-americanas e este livro parece estar a ajudar a mantê-la.

elizabeth weill-greenberg, 10 excellent reasons not to join the military (the new press, 2006).

1. you may be killed
2. you may kill others
3. you may be injured
4. you may not receive proper medical care
5. you may suffer long-term health problems
6. you may be lied to
7. you may face discrimination
8. you may be ordered to do things against your beliefs
9. you may find it difficult to leave the military
10. you have other choices