It helped build the mass movement against the Vietnam War. A small peace group sailed the Phoenix past the military to deliver medicines.
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.
The Draft: LBJ’s and Putin’s
When I heard news of Putin’s draft I flashed back to 1968. Tens of thousands of us then graduating were being drafted and sent to Vietnam.
Robert McNamara as a loving father — who couldn’t talk about Vietnam
That Craig McNamara has survived, and thrived, and given us this staggering book, is something of a miracle.
Craig McNamara reflects on being son of Vietnam War architect
“Because Our Fathers Lied: A Memoir of Truth and Family, from Vietnam to Today” reckons with the tolls of decisions and responsibility.
The Magic & Sorrow of Vietnam’s Côn Sơn Island
Their tormentors routinely poked sticks through the bars, beat the prisoners, threw lime on their open wounds, and urinated on them.
The Women Who Won the Vietnam War
The fighting women of North and South Vietnam played a key military role in defending their families, land, and country.
Colin Powell: General of Deception
Over the course of Colin Powell’s five decades of service to the empire, he accumulated one of the most impressive body counts.
Pentagon Papers 50th Anniversary Webinar Video
This webinar honored Dan Ellsberg and Tony Russo on the 50th anniversary of the release of the Pentagon Papers. Watch now.
The Pentagon Papers at 50: A NY Times Special Report
Secret hotel rooms and the classified documents that exposed the lies behind the Vietnam War and led to a landmark Supreme Court decision.
International Solidarity Rebuilt Postwar Vietnam
During the Vietnam War, the city of Vinh was almost destroyed by US bombing. Socialists around the world helped rebuild it.
Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam Revisited
It’s worth revisiting the value of this book’s singular contribution to the knowledge about what the US did in and to Vietnam and its people.
The Girl in the Kent State Photo
In 1970, an image of a dead protester immediately became iconic. But what happened to the 14-year-old kneeling next to him?