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The Anti-War Movement (The Vietnam War, Volume 5)

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: Vietnam War,
  • Cultural studies,
  • Other warfare & defence issues,
  • Postwar period, 1945 to c 2000,
  • Veterans,
  • History: World,
  • History - General History,
  • USA,
  • Vietnam,
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975,
  • Asia - Southeast Asia,
  • History / General,
  • General,
  • History,
  • Influence,
  • United States,
  • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary binding
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8048212M
    ISBN 100815335350
    ISBN 109780815335351

      According to Michael Heaney and Fabio Rojas in their new book, “Party in the Street: The Antiwar Movement and the Democratic Party after 9/11,” the antiwar movement .   Fifty years ago, on Oct. 21, , the march on the Pentagon became a defining moment of the antiwar movement.

    An American Ordeal is a comprehensive interpretive history that covers the anti-war movement in the USA throughout the entire Vietnam era. This study offers a narrative of the struggle that took place on the home front, even as the war itself was being waged in South-east Asia. Portraying the movement as a social force that energized people culturally yet failed to develop enduring political. In this book, Ian Taylor examines how a social movement, the anti-Iraq War movement in the UK, engaged with the media as a part of their campaigning against the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Moving beyond content analysis to draw upon interviews with locally based journalists and activists, Taylor examines how locally based anti-war groups engaged with their local press, as well as how.

    The protest movement in opposition to the Vietnam War was a complex amalgam of political, social, economic, and cultural motivations, factors, and events. This book is Carroll's story of what it was like to be an anti-war priest in the '60s while his father was an Air Force general deeply involved in . anti–Vietnam War movement, domestic and international reaction (–73) in opposition to U.S. policy during the Vietnam War. During the four years following passage of the Tonkin Gulf resolution (Aug., ), which authorized U.S. military action in Southeast Asia, the American air war intensified and troop levels climbed to over ,


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List of anti-war plays Notes [ edit ] ^ "Mary Butts produced an extraordinary and now almost forgotten novel, Ashe of Rings (), which combines the Supernatural, both benign and malevolent, with a strong anti-war message."F.

Hammill, A. Sponenberg, E. Miskimmin, Encyclopedia of British Women’s Writing – Understanding Antiwar Activism as a Gendering Activity: A Look at the U.S.'S Anti-Vietnam War Movement By Burgin, Say Journal of International Women's Studies, Vol.

13, No. 6, December   Rethinking the American Anti-War Movement provides a short, accessible overview of this important social and political movement, highlighting key events and key figures, the movement's strengths and weaknesses, how it intersected with other social and political movements of the time, and its lasting effect on the country.

The book is perfect for anyone wanting to obtain an introduction to the Anti-War movement Cited by: 9. Rethinking the American Anti-War Movement. provides a short, accessible overview of this important social and political movement, highlighting key events and key figures, the movement's strengths and weaknesses, how it intersected with other social and political movements of the time, and its lasting effect on the country/5.

Reviewed in the United States on April 4, This book has been an absolute bible to me in my study of the Antiwar Movement of the Vietnam Era. For anybody studying this period of history, it is of intrinsic value. It details every aspect of the antiwar movement, the cause and consequence of it and lots of other relevant by: The small antiwar movement grew into an unstoppable force, pressuring American leaders to reconsider its commitment.

Peace movement leaders opposed the war on moral and economic grounds. The North Vietnamese, they argued, were fighting a patriotic war to rid themselves of foreign aggressors. By: Stephen Zunes and Jesse Laird January The U.S. war in Vietnam triggered the most tenacious anti-war movement in U.S.

history, beginning with the start of the bombing of North Vietnam in and the introduction of combat troops the following year. An anti-war movement (also antiwar) is a social movement, usually in opposition to a particular nation's decision to start or carry on an armed conflict, unconditional of a maybe-existing just term anti-war can also refer to pacifism, which is the opposition to all use of military force during conflicts, or to anti-war books, paintings, and other works of art.

The Vietnam antiwar movement, famous for its sound and fury, deserves credit for more. We were the first mass movement against a war in American history. Thus the modern-day vaccination was born—and so, too, was the anti-vax movement: One of the earliest bits of anti-vaxxer propaganda also appeared around —a French cartoon of two men.

The Vietnam anti-war movement was one of the most pervasive displays of opposition to the government policy in modern times. Protests raged all over the country.

San Francisco, New York, Oakland, and Berkeley were all demonstration hubs, especially during the height of the war in the late s and early s. A new documentary reveals behind-the-scenes footage from Clinton's presidential campaign and explores her life and career against the backdrop of the.

The Modern American Poetry Site is a comprehensive learning environment and scholarly forum for the study of modern and contemporary American poetry. Commissioned by Seth Offenbach (Bronx Community College, The City University of New York) Rethinking the American Anti-War Movement is the first book in Routledge’s new series Ameri‐ can Social and Political Movements of the Twenti‐.

The changes in public attitudes that emerged during the antiwar movement still resonate in society to the present day. Sources "The American Antiwar Movement." Vietnam War Reference Library, vol. 3: Almanac, UXL,pp.

“15, White House Pickets Denounce Vietnam War.” New York Times, 18 Apr.p. Alan Watts from the book "The Way of Zen" When a war breaks out, people say: "It's too stupid, it can't last long." But though a war may be "too stupid," that doesn't prevent its lasting.

Albert Camus. The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants. The anti-war movement. [Randy Scherer;] -- Traces the history and development of the anti-war movement in America, profiling key figures and events in the movement that have had a significant impact on how Americans view war.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Rethinking the American Anti-War Movement provides a short, accessible overview of this important social and political movement, highlighting key events and key figures, the movement's strengths and weaknesses, how it intersected with other social and political movements of the time, and its.

The Vietnam Antiwar Movement. Volume 4 of Military Aspects of the Vietnam Conflict, Walter L. Hixson, ISBN X, The Vietnam Antiwar Movement, Walter L. Hixson, ISBN 5/5(1). Janu AM EST For LIFE’s recent book revisiting the events of the Vietnam War, Daniel S.

Levy and photographer Joe McNally visited people who had been involved in many sides of the. Rethinking the American Anti-War Movement provides a short, accessible overview of this important social and political movement, highlighting key events and key figures, the movement's strengths and weaknesses, how it intersected with other social and political movements of the time, and its lasting effect on the country.

The book is perfect. The anti-war movement had spread beyond small pacifist circles and college campuses to mothers, senior citizens, and intellectuals like poet Lowell, and writers at the New York Review of Books .Vietnam: An Antiwar Comic Book was written in to provide the history and a critical analysis of the Vietnam War in an easy to read format.

Julian Bond wrote the comic book while fighting for the right to hold his elected position in the Georgia House of Representatives.