Edition 179

Can You Love Your Country but Not Its Air Shows?

By Alyssa Sims

Oct. 5, 2017

An investigation into what a trip to a U.S. Air Force air show reveals about complex attitudes toward love of country.

Can You Love Your Country but Not Its Air Shows?

An investigation into what a trip to a U.S. Air Force air show reveals about complex attitudes toward love of country.


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