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Fantastic duel story, the main story is happening in Vietnam. The secondary story would be the main narrative in most books and is on the campus of the University of... Read morePublished 27 days ago by beanydean
America in late 1967 was just beginning to comprehend the enormous human and societal cost of the Vietnam war. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charles G. Salmans
Great book. I thought I was involved in this battle as a member of an artillery battalion in the Big Red 1. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barb Shoop
As a Vietnam Veteran it is hard to equate the "Hardships" of the UW protestors with The Black Lions!Published 4 months ago by jeffrey r steinke sr
Something of a bipolar book: riveting stories of a battalion in Vietnam combined with a dull, minute-by-minute account of a Dow Chemical protest on a Wisconsin campus. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TSO
A truly outstanding work of popular history. It changed my understanding of a war and a period of time that I thought I knew well.Published 6 months ago by David A Pogue