The Vietnam Experience: A Nation Divided

The Vietnam Experience A Nation Divided The editors of Time Life Books have produced another exciting series The Vietnam Experience A Nation Divided is brought to you in wonderful detail through vivid photography and engaging informative t

  • Title: The Vietnam Experience: A Nation Divided
  • Author: Clark Dougan Samuel Lipsman Robert Manning
  • ISBN: 9780939526116
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Vietnam Experience: A Nation Divided

    The editors of Time Life Books have produced another exciting series The Vietnam Experience A Nation Divided is brought to you in wonderful detail through vivid photography and engaging, informative text.

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    One thought on “The Vietnam Experience: A Nation Divided

    1. Michael Burnam-Fink

      As with the other books in the series, this is a solid survey of part of the Vietnam War, in this case domestic issues and the anti-war movement through 1972. A Nation Divided starts with the post-WW2 foreign policy consensus, the Baby Boom, and the Red Scare, before moving into the Civil Rights movement and anti-war activism proper. The book does a solid tracing the links and conflicts with the Civil Rights movement, the newly political college student, longstanding peace activists, and the tra [...]

    2. Jeremy Hunter

      If you want to read a great book covering the turmoil of the 1960s, start with this one. This volume of The Vietnam Experience covers Cold War politics, the Civil Rights movement, war protest, and the counter-culture to explain the complexity of the decade. While, I was well versed on the topic, I still found the book interesting. The editors discussed topics that I hadn't heard before along with a rich collection of photos. I'm looking forward to picking up more volumes of The Vietnam Experienc [...]

    3. Jerome

      A pretty good account of how the war divided America and how and why the public turned against it. Good account of the fighting at Kent State.

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