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Online Sources: Anti-War/Peace Advocacy - Vietnam War
Online Sources: Kent State Shootings
Book Sources: Anti-War/Peace Advocacy - Vietnam War
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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The 1960s Cultural Revolution by
Call Number: E841 .M37 2000
"A gripping and engagingly written guide to the New Left, antiwar movement, and counterculture that personify the 1960s cultural revolution."
American Protest Literature by
Call Number: HN90.R3 A6754 2006
"... presents sources from eleven protest movements—political, social, and cultural—from the Revolution to abolition to gay rights to antiwar protest."
From Camelot to Kent State by
Call Number: E841 .F74 2001
The Sixties Experience in the Words of those who Lived It
"Included are first-hand accounts from both the famous-including Eldridge Cleaver, Abbie Hoffman, Philip Berrigan, and John Lewis-and the ordinary men and women who were swept up in major historical events..." from Amazon.com
Reconciliation Road: A Family Odyssey of War and Honor by
Call Number: DS559.8.C63 M37 1993
"Marshall, a conscientious objector during Vietnam, tells of his quest to salvage the tarnished professional reputation of his grandfather, a prominent military historian."
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc
Vietnam Voices: Perspectives on the War Years, 1941-1982 by
Call Number: DS557.7 .V566 1984b
"... this unique book samples all conceivable forms of oral and written documentation to illuminate the United States' involvement in its longest and most divisive war. From foot soldiers to generals, politicians to protesters, hawks and doves, their attitudes and experiences are graphically revealed."
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