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As a Vietnam Veteran it is hard to equate the "Hardships" of the UW protestors with The Black Lions!Published 19 days 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 1 month 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 2 months ago by David A Pogue
This book really touched me, especially the last few chapters. I found the whole book to be a really intriguing presentation - alternating between the battlefield and college... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Detroit Rick
Typical of the liberal viewpoint. Seems to be able to read soldiers minds as he gives their thoughts of the situation as they are dying.Published 6 months ago by Jack
Excellent picture of what was happening both at the war and at home. Author gives personal, detailed descriptions of war's effect on both individuals and groups.Published 6 months ago by renaissance reader