Thank You For Your Service - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

David Finkel
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In Chapter 13, Fred remembers his father, a World War II veteran began beating him with a belt after he came home from the war. Fred wondered what had made his father so angry. When he was eight, he and his mother went to live with his grandmother. As an adult he began working with Vietnam veterans and believed that “their best hope depended on their having enough time to understand their illness in the context of an entire life” (211). He had success with his program but was concerned when the VA made programs shorter and shorter with some only one week long. He had considered retiring but was offered the Pathway Home. He was promised no interference by the VA or insurance companies so he decided to take one last chance.

Adam, who is about to enter the most intense part of the program...

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