"Jane Fonda speaks at the University of California in Berkeley on January 29, 1973. She gives an anti-war speech at a rally for Pat Chenoweth, a soldier facing charges of mutiny in Vietnam. The tape is courtesy of the Chenoweth Defense Committee. She speaks about the Mekong Delta, Nixon's role, and the resilience and strength of the Vietnamese. Fonda reads a few excerpts from one of the chief negotiators of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam in Paris which talks about the need for solidarity and the importance of human value over gold. The recording starts with applause. Fonda is not introduced. Recorded at University of California, Berkeley." 1973-01-29
"Press conference at which Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda, of the Indochina Peace Campaign, discuss their conversations with North Vietnamese officials and their actions against the war in Vietnam in New York City. Hayden discusses how Americans need to pressure Nixon to sign peace agreements ensuring a friendly government controlling South Vietnam. Fonda addresses the anger and confusion of many Americans regarding US involvement in Vietnam. Fonda and Hayden take questions from the audience." 1973-01-02
"The untold story of the rebellion of thousands of American soldiers against the war in Vietnam. This movie profiles an event that profoundly impacted American society, yet has been virtually obliterated from memory."