An Invisible War by Bob Herbert
May 03, 2007, 1:00am
Paul Rieckhoff looked across the crowded restaurant, which was not far from Times Square.
“During World War II,” he said, “we could be in this place and there would be a guy sitting at that table who was in the war, or the bartender had been in the war. Everybody you saw would have had a stake in the war. But right now you could walk around New York for blocks and not find anybody who has been in Iraq.