Try Mark Wilding’s Wildly Funny, But Razor-Sharp, Satirical Dramatization of the CIA-Backed Fascist Coup in Chile. Theatre West, Los Angeles.
It took fifty years and a circuitous route through exile and a mix of Asian and colonial cultures for Vietnam to get its bard.
Book Review of “Dissenting POWs: From Vietnam’s Hoa Lo Prison to America Today,” Tom Wilber and Jerry Lembcke. Review by W.D. Ehrhart.
How Hollywood Neuters the 60s: In cross-examination, many glaring historical inaccuracies aren’t just little academic flubs. By Dave Clennon.
by Paul Glusman. Sorkin is committing the crime of stealing our history.
The trial of the Chicago 7 — or the Chicago 8, depending on who’s counting and how — is the mother of all courtroom dramas.
Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 is entertaining but it played fast and loose with the facts.
This panel discussion was hosted by the Joan Duffy Chapter of Veterans for Peace in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Viet Thanh Nguyen, “I watched Da 5 Bloods so you wouldn’t have to. I can’t recommend it. Here we go with my live tweeting of Spike Lee’s #Da5Bloods.”
Spike Lee’s Vietnam War film Da 5 Bloods is “a condemnation of the past, a call for change, and a rich work of art worth watching over and over again.”
James G. Hershberg reviews the book "Michael O'Donnell and the Tragic Era of Vietnam" by Daniel H. Weiss...
A Waging Peace in Vietnam book review by Roger Bybee originally appeared at The Progressive on October 29, 2019....
Photo: President Richard Nixon and adviser Henry Kissinger pursued too-costly strategies in Vietnam, says Max...
Photo: Napalm bombs being dropped in Vietnam. Credit: Public domain (Wikimedia Commons) This spot-on review essay by...