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This brilliant historical/political/psychological masterpiece should be required reading everywhere.
Brian is perhaps best remembered as the veteran who was run over by a train while blocking transportation of munitions in Concord, California on Sep.
Shows great courage and commitment to high goals and leading the human race to more respect for life.
This is an important historical document of the peace movement. A must read.Published 8 days ago by S. Utell
Being a veteran of the American conflict in Vietnam and learning more about my country's lies about it and the violent culture that I, my children and grandchildren are subjected... Read morePublished 1 month ago by thomas h gale
A must-read for those who want to know more about our government's shady record.Published 2 months ago by Gene Peters
Knew train conductor within this story. So my review is tainted. Very sad about was happened to Mr. S. Brian Smith. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Susan
I SERVED WITH LT. WILLSON IN VIETNAM IN 1969 WITH THE 823rd COMBAT SECURITY POLICE SQ., AND HE WAS MY COMMANDER AT PHAN RANG AND BINH THUY AIR BASE IN THE MEKONG DELTA, AND THE... Read morePublished 11 months ago by HENRY FRANCZAK
Brian Wilson's story of his journey will touch you. His sincerity is convincing. The history of how -- slowly--the scales fell from his eyes, is compelling. Read morePublished 20 months ago by John S. Volpini
Authentic, heartfelt, relevant. Shows great courage and commitment to high goals and leading the human race to more respect for life.Published 23 months ago by David G. Schwartz
Brian has told his story with integrity and without fanfare. His book is well written and well documented so that we have an accurate account of the events of his life. Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Andrea Penn
This is a book that will shake your bones. We live in a world that is being devoured by power. Silently many of us feel helpless. S. Read morePublished on September 17, 2012 by Michael J. Sliwa