In the 1990s, Freedom was among the first publications to document the actual source afflicting sick and dying Gulf War veterans—whose physical problems were not “in their heads,” as psychiatrists had been telling them—and to demand they receive the care they needed.

In this issue Freedom presents the story of young Americans who volunteered for the armed forces and died—not in combat, but from an enemy they never saw coming: sudden cardiac arrest triggered by prescribed psychiatric drugs.

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