Antiwarriors : the Vietnam war and the battle for America's hearts and minds


Antiwarriors : the Vietnam war and the battle for America's hearts and minds

Melvin Small

(Vietnam : America in the war years / series editor, David L. Anderson, v. 1)

SR Books, 2004

1st SR Books ed

  • : cloth

大学図書館所蔵 件 / 2



Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-168) and index



The antiDVietnam War movement marked the first time in American history that record numbers marched and protested to an antiwar tune_on college campuses, in neighborhoods, and in Washington. Although it did not create enough pressure on decision-makers to end U.S. involvement in the war, the movement's impact was monumental. In Antiwarriors, author Melvin Small describes not only the origins and trajectory of the antiDVietnam War movement in America, but also focuses on the way it affected policy and public opinion and the way it in turn was affected by the government and the media, and, consequently, events in Southeast Asia. The antiwar movement comes to life in this compelling new book that is sure to fascinate all those interested in the Vietnam War and the turbulent, tumultuous 1960s.


Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 List of Abbreviations Chapter 3 The Origins of the Movement Chapter 4 The Americanization of the War Chapter 5 Building a Base Chapter 6 Becoming a Mass Movement Chapter 7 Hey, Hey, LBJ Chapter 8 Confronting Nixon Chapter 9 Halting Escalation Chapter 10 The War and the Movement Wind Down Chapter 11 Conclusion Chapter 12 Bibliographical Essay Chapter 13 Index

「Nielsen BookData」 より

関連文献: 1件中  1-1を表示