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Cold War Radio #194

How Texas “Terror” Shooter Elton Simpson Avoided Prison In 2011

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Looking for Flyboys by Tom Messenger

After saying he enlisted for three years in the Army, Tom Messenger takes only eighteen pages to reach Vietnam in Looking for Flyboys: One G.I.’s Journey: Vietnam 1970-1971… 570 more words

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Four Dead in Ohio

May 4 1970 – US National Guard shoot dead 4 unarmed students & wound 9 anti-war protesters at Kent State University. pic.twitter.com/jP9FrtfTcb

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Who Counts?

Body Counts, Drones, and “Collateral Damage” (aka “Bug Splat”)

By Tom Engelhardt | TomDispatch | May 3, 2015

In the twenty-first-century world of drone warfare, one question with two aspects reigns supreme: Who counts?

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Welcome Home, Vietnam Veterans

Welcome Home, Vietnam Veterans      By: Gary Hays

The town in which I live hosted an entire weekend of festivities, dedicated to properly welcoming home the Vietnam Veterans who came back from war only to be greeted by a less than receptive welcome, during the turbulent 60’s. 189 more words

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US diplomacy with the USSR and China

Throughout the end of the Vietnam war Nixon knew that he had to enter in to diplomacy with the USSR and China who were supporting the North Vietnamese in order to put pressure on the North by forcing them out of concessions. 102 more words

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