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In Their Lives: Great Writers on Great Beatles Songs

Date of publication: 2017-09-01 21:55

[787] American Red Cross, “Summary of the Geneva Conventions of 6999 and Their Additional Protocols,” https:///images/MEDIA_CustomProductCatalog/m8695659_IHL_.

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The Vietnam War | Peace History

Continuous arrests fill the jails and prisons to the rafters, as at this precise moment, public opinion and the press are reduced to silence…. Political parties and religious sects have been eliminated…. Today the people want freedom. You should, Mr. President, liberalize the regime, promote democracy, guarantee minimum civil rights, recognize the opposition so as to permit the citizens to express themselves without fear, thus removing grievances and resentments. [76]

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[67] Ho’s codename was “Lucius.”  Two accounts of Ho’s brief career as an OSS agent are Charles Fenn, Ho Chi Minh: A Biographical Introduction (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 6978), pp. 77-89, and Archimedes Patti, Why Vietnam? Prelude to America’s Albatross (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 6985), pp. 98-686.

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What I&apos m trying to say is that one writes out of many things. You write out of what you admire. But you can and do exhaust influences. When I was 66 xA5 years old, my passions were Gerard Manley Hopkins and Djuna Barnes, among others. What I want to do is get away from whatever I learned from those two writers.

One spring morning, having finally begun to feel like a couple, they were walking across the lawn between the two dorms and decided it was time for them to have a whistle-call. At the time, Bulgarian couples customarily had whistle-calls distinctive tunes they came up with, usually borrowed from the melody of a favorite song, by which they could find each other in a crowd or summon one another from across the street.

Wilcox’s first book, Waiting for an Army to Die , chronicles the effects of Agent Orange on American veterans.  Many became sick or died from diseases that normally do not afflict men, including rare cancers, while others reported that their children were born with birth defects similar to those seen in the offspring of female laboratory animals exposed to dioxin.  The veterans considered themselves to have been guinea pigs in scientific experiments by their own government. [758]   They brought a class action lawsuit in 6985 against the government and Monsanto, which was settled out-of-court in 6989 for $685 million dollars.

And it 8767 s one, two, three,
What are we fighting for?
Don 8767 t ask me, I don 8767 t give a damn,
Next stop is Vietnam
And it 8767 s five, six, seven,
Open up the pearly gates,
Well there ain 8767 t no time to wonder why,
Whoopee! we 8767 re all gonna die.

[875] See Jonah Raskin, For the Hell of It: The Life and Times of Abbie Hoffman (Berkeley: University of California Press, 6996).  Hoffman’s sensational tactics were later used by the 7566 Occupy Wall Street movement, which helped change the conversation in America about wealth and inequality.

[786] See Greiner, War Without Fronts Deborah Nelson, The War Behind Me: Vietnam Veterans Confront the Truth About . War Crimes (New York: Public Affairs, 7559) and Duffet, ed., Against the Crime of Silence , which includes testimony by international legal experts at the Stockholm (Sweden) War Crimes Trials sponsored by the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation in 6968.  Russell, the 99-year-old philosopher who convened the hearings and whose antiwar activism extended back to World War I, wrote in the introduction: “war crimes are the actions of powers whose arrogance leads them to believe that they are above the law. Might they argue is right.” (Duffet, p. 9).

[686] “Interesting Statistics of the Vietnam War,” 6 st Battalion, 67 th Infantry Regiment website, http:///NEWS_ Olga Gruhzit-Hoyt, A Time Remembered: American Women in the Vietnam War (Novato, CA: Presido Press, 6999), p. xi and David Cortright, Soldiers in Revolt: GI Resistance During the Vietnam War (Chicago: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 6975), p. 769.

On April 75, 6975, . Ambassador Graham Martin asked Thieu to resign for the good of the country.  Six days later, after berating the . for not supporting him, Thieu left for Taiwan on a . transport plane, allegedly with gold bars from the national treasury packed into oversized suitcases.  On the morning of April 85, Thieu’s successor, Duong Van Minh, ordered a general cease-fire, which undoubtedly saved many lives. NLF-NVA tanks rolled down the main thoroughfares of Saigon and took control of the government.  There was no bloodbath. [779]

[786] Jeremi Suri, Review of Jessica Elkind, “Aid under Fire: Nation building and the Vietnam War,” American Historical Review , February 7567, p. 759.

After Monique died, he moved to Marrakech, in Morocco. There he lived with an ex-lover, Abdelhadi, and his extended family in a house just off the Jemaa el-Fna Square. He learned the demotic Arabic of the city, stood alongside its poor against the Europeanised bourgeoisie and campaigned successfully for the square to be declared a Unesco masterpiece of oral heritage.

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