It’s Henry Kissinger’s 100th birthday. The fact that this monster is celebrated instead of in jail tells you that there’s a bigger problem.
50 Years After Vietnam War’s End, Its Role Spawning MAGA
By Jerry Lembcke. Lost-war angst over Vietnam quietly pooled into a political resource that white nationalist movements have tapped into.
The Vietnam War Crimes You Never Heard Of
The Toledo “Blade” had some of the best Vietnam War crime reporting. Unfortunately, the articles tell a story that was all too common.
Dan Ellsberg: A Personal Reflection
By W.D. Ehrhart. He risked life in prison to make those documents public. He became a hero of mine and has inspired me ever since.
David Harris, Leader of Vietnam Draft Resistance Movement, Dies at 76
An activist who went to jail for refusing to serve in the military, he teamed with and married Joan Baez and later became a journalist.
Teaching Guide to “The Most Dangerous Man in America”
Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers film: A teaching guide for middle school, high school, and college classrooms.
Donald Sanders Luce (1934-2022): Exposed the Truth About the Tiger Cages
Don Luce, who passed away on November 17, 2022, at the age of 88, was a kindred spirit and one of my heroes on a decidedly short list.
Commemorating the 287 victims of the 1972 Christmas bombing
Ceremony to commemorate 287 people on Kham Thien Street killed in the carpet bombing of a B52 plane 50 years ago, December 26, 1972.
For Patrick Leahy, The Vietnam War Is Finally Ending
For 33 years, the retiring senator has worked to bind the many wounds of a war that touched the lives of nearly every Vietnamese family.
How Activists Sailed Into a War Zone
It helped build the mass movement against the Vietnam War. A small peace group sailed the Phoenix past the military to deliver medicines.
Staughton Lynd, ¡Presente!
People’s historian Staughton Lynd died after an extraordinary life as a conscientious objector, activist, professor, author, lawyer.
50 Years: Truth About Vietnam Peace Agreement Remains Elusive
The Pentagon’s official history says bombardment by B-52s in 1972 pushed the North Vietnamese to negotiate peace. What are the fact?
Mike Davis, radical reporter: 1946–2022
A brilliant radical reporter with a novelist’s eye and a historian’s memory. Activist, radical hero and family man. “City of Quartz” author.
Ngo Vinh Long, Lightning Rod for Opposing the Vietnam War, Dies at 78
After escaping arrest in Vietnam for his antiwar views, he became the most prominent Vietnamese in the US against the war. NY Times Obituary.