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Conspiracies and Patriotism

Mike Muller is on the Advisory Board for Thuy Smith International Outreach. He is a Vietnam veteran, has a Ph.D. in psychology, and has counseled veterans for many years.  793 more words

PTSD

Elections as battlefields, literally: public choice aspects of the allocation of death in battle

There have been studies of both elections affecting the fighting wars, and how troop deployments and furloughs are manipulated to affect elections. Regular Army and reservists from states and electorates that are hotly contested at the next election are kept away from the firing line. 182 more words

Public Choice

Anzac Day - Vietnam War

Because Anzac Day is such a big deal this year, here are some of my father’s pictures from the Vietnam War (he’s the one with black hair). Australian Army, 1968-69.

History

Cold War Radio #190

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Anzac Day - Vietnam War

Because Anzac Day is such a big deal this year, here are some of my father’s pictures from the Vietnam War (he’s the one with black hair). Australian Army, 1968-69.

History

Anzac Day - Vietnam War

Because Anzac Day is such a big deal this year, here are some of my father’s pictures from the Vietnam War (he’s the one with black hair).

Australian Army, 1968-69.

Photography

Revolution of 1965 shaped resistance in Dominican Republic, US

by Tim Shenk
Coordinator, Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR)

This article originally appeared online on TeleSUR English.

April 24, 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1965 revolution in the Dominican Republic, a landmark not only for the people of that Caribbean nation but a turning point for many in the United States in considering their government’s role in Latin America. 1,376 more words