Choosing Sides: I Remember Vietnam - The War at Home
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Choosing Sides: I Remember Vietnam - The War at Home
This program is the final part of a two-volume series on the Vietnam War. It is told from the point of view of people in conflict, torn between loyalty to country and to deeply felt personal convictions. To be part of the peace movement or the war effort -- that was the dilemma for many. This episode examines the antiwar movement in America. Was this a just war for which Americans should be ready to die? Many said no. Activists organized demonstrations that only became larger as the war dragged on and casualties increased. Interviews with demonstrators, draft dodgers, nurses, enlistees, and… More
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