Shook over Hell Post-Traumatic Stress, Vietnam, and the Civil War
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Description: Vietnam still haunts the American conscience, with an estimated 1.5 million veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dean argues that the experience of the Vietnam veterans was paralleled by those of Civil War veterans.
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Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 3/15/1999
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Eric T. Dean, Jr., is an attorney who has recently been awarded a doctorate in history from Yale University.
|Introduction: "Terbacker Out" "Unwelcome Heroes": The Agony of Vietnam|
|"Every Man Has His Breaking Point": War and Psychiatry|
|"Dangled over Hell": The Trauma of the Civil War|
|"A Gizzard Full of Sand": Reactions to Violence|
|"For God's Sake Please Help Me": Post-Traumatic Stress|
|"Dying of Nostalgia": Official Diagnoses|
|"This Must End Sometime": The Fate of the Civil War Veteran|
|"Tramping by Night and Day": Indiana Veterans|
|"I Am Glad I Served My Country": Vietnam Reconsidered Conclusion: "A Spectacle Grand and Awful to Contemplate"|
|The Indiana Sample|
|Casualty Statistics: The Company Sample and Regimental Data|
|Nineteenth-Century Indiana Insane Asylums and Involuntary Commitment Procedures|