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H. Patricia Hynes

H. Patricia Hynes

H. Patricia Hynes is a retired professor of environmental health from the Boston University School of Public Health. She directs the Traprock Center for Peace and Justice and is a member of Nuclear Free Future. 

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H. Patricia Hynes

H. Patricia Hynes

H. Patricia Hynes is a retired professor of environmental health from the Boston University School of Public Health. She directs the Traprock Center for Peace and Justice and is a member of Nuclear Free Future. 

Other articles by this author

Reforming a Recalcitrant Military

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

Picking Up the Pieces From Military Sexual Assault

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

The Military and the Church: Bedfellows in Sexual Assault

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

Military Sexual Abuse: A Greater Menace Than Combat

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

Why Do Soldiers Rape?

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

The Battlefield and the Barracks: Two War Fronts for Women Soldiers

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

Vets on Veterans Day - and the Other 364

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

The Military Assault on Global Climate

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

Depleted Uranium Weapon Use Persists, Despite Deadly Side Effects

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

Biological Weapons: Bargaining With the Devil

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

Chemical Warfare: Agent Orange

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | Report

War and the Tragedy of the Commons

By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | Series

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By H. Patricia Hynes, Truthout | News Analysis

War and the True Tragedy of the Commons

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