In the eye of the beholder:  Is a controversial technique that heals trauma victims too good to be true?

Description

Eric Smith remembers the crack of gunfire clearly now, how the fusillade startled him from light sleep sometime after midnight. This was Vietnam, north of Saigon, 1968. Dug in following heavy fighting, his squad had orders to guard a prisoner until morning. They had lost a lot of men. They were angry. Some pretended to fall asleep knowing the prisoner would try to escape.

Format

Newspaper

Language

English

Author(s)

Don Oldenburg

Original Work Citation

Oldenburg, D. (1994, April 12). In the eye of the beholder: Is a controversial technique that heals trauma victims too good to be true? Washington, DC: The Washington Post, E5

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Citation

“In the eye of the beholder:  Is a controversial technique that heals trauma victims too good to be true?,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 27, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16851.

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