historian Anna Friedman says tattoos often reflect what's going on in broader
culture, which is why for much of the 20th century, it was soldiers
and sailors exercising their right to bear arms.
"So anytime we have a
war, we seem to get a heightening of the number of people who get tattoos," Friedman told CBS News' Faith Salie, "because I think we like to mark our patriotism in a