Because millions had died in the U.S. already mostly from starvation and malnutrition and drinking wood alcohol and going blind and dying because of Prohibition when that happened because most people couldn't afford regular drinking alcohol at the time. Then starvation from the Great Depression, Deaths from World War II, The Korean war, so people were really paranoid and everyone had some form of PTSD after surviving The stock market Crash, The Great Depression and World War II and the Korean war. So, as a child in the 1950s I really had to be careful of veterans from World War II and their flashbacks, murders, suicides etc. I was very aware my survival was at stake as a child when I was around most veterans. IF they were officers often they were more mentally disciplined but this didn't mean they might not go off on you and beat you up as a child verbally or physically in any given moment. So, I often didn't feel safe like I do now as an older adult and wasn't sure how long I would be able to stay alive in the 1950s and 1960s. I was 12 in 1960 and 14 during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 and then 15 when Kennedy was killed mostly because of the Cuban Missile Crisis and soon after they deep sixed
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