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Lynn Neary speaks to film historian Lawrence Said about the symbiotic relationship between Hollywood and the U.S. military. In his recently updated book, Guts and Glory: The Making of the Ameircan Military Image in Film, he argues that most Americans form their ideas about war from the movies.

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