"They're not going to send a crazy man out to be killed, are they?"
"Who else would go?"
Basically, this book is about how war sucks. I didn't really enjoy it that much. It brings many different thought and moral dilemmas to light, but I didn't find it to be written all that clearly.
Interesting to note, Catch-22 was not the original title, which leads me to believe that the book came before the saying. But Hugh Nibley said it was the most accurate war book he'd ever read, so that must be true!