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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 5 days 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 5 days 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 9 days ago by renaissance reader
Fascinating intertwining of powerful vignettes from the fall of 1967. It's appeal is probably greater to those of us who lived through that time, but some of the... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Daniel J. Graziano, Jr.
David Maraniss did an excellent job relating life and death vs. "life
and death" of protestors and politicians. Read more
Very good depiction of the difference between those fighting in Vietnam and those protesting. Vietnam details are very good, background on the lives of brave men who fought and... Read morePublished 20 days ago by john friel
While some of it was interesting I found it went on and on and went from back and forth too much. I finally skipped along just to finish it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wm Monsma