Vonnegut’s War Novels Are As Relevant As Ever

From a story on npr.org by Tom Vitale headlined “Kurt Vonnegut would have turned 100 today—his war novels are as relevant as ever”:

Kurt Vonnegut was disappointed in America. “I’m sorry that America isn’t a greater success than it is,” he told me in 1991. “Because we’re so wealthy and we really could have done almost anything. And we’ve done so very little in comparison to what we might have done in creating an ideal society.”