Worth Fighting For: An Army Ranger’s Journey Out of the Military and Across America

Former Army Ranger Rory Fanning talks about what’s become important in his book “Worth Fighting For.”

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Even the mainstream, corporate-owned Chicago Tribune says that Rory Fanning’s Worth Fighting For “shows us the imperial and harmful objective of US foreign policy . . . [and] a path to a saner society.”

By Joe Macaré   Truthout.org   Interview  December 21, 2014

Rory Fanning during his walk across the United States. (Photo: Jennifer Kushman)Rory Fanning during his walk across the United States. (Photo: Jennifer Kushman)

There are several overlapping narratives in Rory Fanning’s book Worth Fighting ForAn Army Ranger’s Journey Out of the Military and Across America. There’s primarily the story of the author’s walk across the United States, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, to raise money for the Pat Tillman Foundation . . . but to understand that, you have to understand the story of Pat Tillman, which as it happens is inseparable from the story of Rory Fanning, and the story of how the United States went to war, first in Afghanistan and then…

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