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Rethinking the American Anti-War Movement (American Social and Political Movements of the 20th Century)

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ISBN-10: 0415800846
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"Rethinking the American Anti War Movement is a well-researched, carefully written, and nuanced study that makes clear the tumultuous nexus of the most important intellectual threads of the 1960s. Simon Hall vividly demonstrates the complex interaction between the civil rights movement, the counterculture, the women's movement, and the anti-war movement and provides a guide to key events and players, which helps the reader make sense of this extraordinary era and its complex legacy."
Andrew A. Wiest, Professor and Director of International Studies, University of Southern Mississippi

"Hall adroitly cuts through our persistent nostalgia for the 1960s to give an insightful, engaging, balanced re-examination of protests against the Vietnam War. This is superb history, accessible to anyone interested in this most pivotal period in the modern American experience."
William Thomas Allison, Professor of History, Georgia Southern University

"Simon Hall ... has written an impressively researched, concise history of the anti-Vietnam War movement. With extensive endnotes and a wide-ranging bibliography, this is a superb introduction for students of the period and those interested in anti-war protest more broadly."
Peace News

"[T]he book provides the reader with a thorough education in the history of the American movement to end the war in Vietnam. ... Students and readers interested in the 1960s will benefit greatly from this book."
– H-Diplo

"[T]he author has packed the 150 pages with colorful quotes often presented in stimulating prose ... [I]n the long run, Rethinking the American Anti-War Movement is usually a good read."
Terry H. Anderson, Texas A&M University, in The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture

"The author designed the book as a simple, well-organized description of the diverse movement’s key events and personalities.... [T]his is a solid student text that goes behind the scenes and explains the origins and events of one of the most dynamic periods in American history. Well-written, it will help students grapple with this period and explain the background to presidential political discussions in the 1990s."
Stephen A. Bourque, Cercles

About the Author

Simon Hall is Senior Lecturer in American History at the University of Leeds, UK.
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