Bacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba: The Biography of a CauseBacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba: The Biography of a Cause
The War Behind Me: Vietnam Veterans Confront the Truth About U.S. War Crimes
In 2005, Deborah Nelson joined forces with military historian Nick Turse to investigate an extraordinary archive: the largest compilation of records on Vietnam-era war crimes ever to surface. She tells the story in this interview.
Gusher Of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions Of “Energy Independence”Gusher Of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions Of "Energy Independence"
Caught In The Middle: America’s Heartland In The Age Of GlobalismCaught In The Middle: America's Heartland In The Age Of Globalism
Fugitive Denim: A Moving Story Of People And Pants In The Borderless World Of Global TradeFugitive Denim: A Moving Story Of People And Pants In The Borderless World Of Global Trade
ETHICAL REALISM: A VISION FOR AMERICA’S ROLE IN THE WORLDETHICAL REALISM: A VISION FOR AMERICA'S ROLE IN THE WORLD
The Girl in the Picture: The Story of Kim Phuc, the Photograph, and the Vietnam War
Award-winning biographer Denise Chong's portrait of Kim Phuc provides a rare look at the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese point-of-view and its lingering effects on all its participants.
Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers
Daniel Ellsberg was a U.S. military analyst in 1969 when he learned that the government was hiding the knowledge that the Vietnam War could most likely not be won. His release of the papers to the New York Times and other U.S. newspapers in 1971 precipitated a political crisis, and led to a series of events culminating in the Watergate burglaries that brought down President Richard Nixon. In this interview, Ellsberg tells his story.