Our Vietnam book cover
December 08, 2000

Our Vietnam: The War 1954-1975

Historian and journalist A. J. Langguth delivers an authoritative account of the Vietnam War based on official documents not available earlier and on new reporting from both the American and Vietnamese perspectives. 


Busted book cover
September 20, 1995

Busted: A Vietnam Veteran in Nixon’s America

Between March and September of 1974, as Richard Nixon's presidency of the United States unraveled on national television, Bill Ehrhart, a decorated Marine Corps sergeant and anti-war Vietnam veteran fought to retain his merchant seaman's card after being busted for possession of marijuana. He was also held on suspicion of armed robbery in New York City, detained on the Garden State Parkway for looking like a Puerto Rican revolutionary and thrown out of New Jersey by the Maple Shade police. All of this occurred while the House Judiciary Committee conducted hearings on Nixon's impeachment.


book cover of MIS or Mythmaking in America
June 03, 1992

The Politics of POWs in Vietnam

An interview with Bruce Franklin, professor of English and American Studies, Rutgers University, author of MIA or Mythmaking in America. Almost two decades after the Vietnam War, most Americans remain convinced that U.S. prisoners are still being held captive in Southeast Asia, and many even accuse the government of concealing their existence. But as H. Bruce Franklin demonstrates in his startling investigation, there is no plausible basis for the belief in live POWs. 


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