Women burning the draft cards of their husbands and sons during an anti-war protest in 1968.
“‘Greeting: You are hereby ordered for induction in the Armed Forces of the United States.’ In 1967, more than 300,000 American men opened envelopes with this statement inside. 187 more words
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I love Danny DeVito’s Hoffa. Whatever liberties the filmmakers might have taken with the man’s life will not cause an engine to seize or bust a couple of axles on an interstate haul, so we won’t worry over such details in this essay. 1,289 more words
“Some 40 years ago, the cumulatively unbearable stresses of war in Vietnam, a revolution in civil rights and a series of unexpected, bug-eyed cultural uprisings sent America into a psychological meltdown. 219 more words