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Old March 24, 2009, 01:39 PM   #98
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Originally Posted by Glenn E. Meyer
His view though comes across as simplistic.
He really IMO seems to be mixing military/LE up with civilian life as we deal with responses to danger/combat etc. Even between military and LE there are great differences in how one deals with killing and then into the civilian world much more so different. Seems, Grossman is taking a one-size fits all approach which is why he gets the criticism for oversimplicity.

Originally Posted by Glenn E. Meyer
the inhibition to fighting that Grossman talks about from the Marshall work.
Are you speaking of S.L.A. Marshall? You know he has been discredited?
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