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The war within : America's battle over Vietnam

Author: Tom Wells; Todd Gitlin
Publisher: Lincoln, NE : IUniverse, ©2005.
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"The War Within" is a painfully engrossing account of America's internal battle over the Vietnam War. Hailed by critics of every persuasion, this absorbing narrative is the product of over a decade's worth of research: the author sifted through thousands of government and antiwar documents and interviewed virtually all of the key players on both sides of the fence, from Dean Rusk, John Ehrlichman, and H.R. Haldeman  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Wells; Todd Gitlin
ISBN: 0595343961 9780595343966
OCLC Number: 61459641
Notes: An Authors Guild Backinprint.com edition.
Description: xviii, 706 p. ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: Tom Wells ; with a foreword by Todd Gitlin.

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"The War Within" is a painfully engrossing account of America's internal battle over the Vietnam War. Hailed by critics of every persuasion, this absorbing narrative is the product of over a decade's worth of research: the author sifted through thousands of government and antiwar documents and interviewed virtually all of the key players on both sides of the fence, from Dean Rusk, John Ehrlichman, and H.R. Haldeman to Dave Dellinger, Phillip Berrigan, and Daniel Ellsberg. The result is this remarkable chronicle: the story of how a powerful grassroots movement ended our longest and least popular war. In these pages the Vietnam era comes to life through the words of scores of participants, who speak with candor and passion about this tumultuous time.

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