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Exploratory paper: War Veterans

When we think of war veterans, we, unintentionally or impolitely, have a wide range of negative stereotypes. We think of them as old people with boring stories of war, people playing bingo in the home for the elderly, people who always wear their weird badges and uniforms, and other inappropriate and offensive stereotypes. But for […]

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The Bonus Army

In 1924, a grateful Congress voted to give a bonus to World War I veterans, $1.25 for each day served overseas, and $1.00 for each day served in the States. (Bartlett) However the payment would not be made until 1945. Unfortunately, by 1932 the nation had become engulfed into the Depression and the unemployed veterans […]

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Discrimination: Veterans in the Workplace

For the past 12 years, America has been engaged in war with Iraq and Afghanistan. According to Paul Rieckhoff, the chief executive officer of the advocacy group Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, 2. 5 million Americans have served in these wars. To date, the Veterans Administration has awarded disability to approximately 670,000 to date […]

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The demand for those services and benefits

The number of war veterans as per the 2000 US Census is around 26 million and growing. The Department Of Veteran Affairs is charged with the responsibility of safeguarding the veteran’s interests.

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