I was involved in the dedication of the memorial back in the early '80s, and thought it was a depressing anti-war statement then . . . and my opinion hasn't changed. But on this (nighttime) visit, there were multiple lights not working that should've illuminated the names, and the reverent hush that used to envelop everyone has been at least partially replaced by chatty tourists.
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