A Waging Peace in Vietnam book review by Roger Bybee originally appeared at The Progressive on October 29, 2019. Waging Peace in Vietnam: U.S. Soldiers and Veterans Who Opposed the War (New Village Press) is a new and fiercely
Ron Carver, co-editor with David Cortright and Barbara Doherty of the book, Waging Peace in Vietnam: U.S. Soldiers and Veterans who Opposed the War (New Village Press, Sept. 2019), and creator of the Waging Peace in Vietnam
Ron Carver's Waging Peace in Viet Nam exhibit opened yesterday at UMass Boston. The opening reception was graced with poets Doug Rawlings, Dave Connolly, and Lamont Steptoe, and Vietnam-era resister Susan Schnall.
Spokane Public Radio’s Doug Nadvornick hosted the Tuesday, August 20, 2019 Inland Journal program featuring interviews recorded at the Veterans For Peace convention held days earlier in Spokane, Washington. The podcast
First posted August 20, 2019 by author Steve Early on BeyondChron; reposted August 24 on Portside. by Steve Early Fifty years ago this fall, a campus upsurge turned opposition to the Vietnam War into a genuine mass movement. On
Suggested classes on GI and veteran resistance to the Vietnam War that can be incorporated into courses on social movements, political change and other topics.
Tens of thousands of active duty GIs opposed America’s war in Vietnam, marching, signing petitions, writing underground newspapers for their fellow soldiers, and refusing to fight, often at great personal sacrifice.
This post originally appeared at Ron Visits Vietnam Dr. Spock Returns to Vietnam OCTOBER 26, 2016 In the early 1970’s with the war still raging, Dr. Spock visited Hanoi as a guest of Pham Van Dong, who succeeded Ho Chi Minh