Against the War
by Roland Menge
Publisher: againstthewarnovel.com 2011
Number of pages: 1885
Against the War is a historical novel examining the response of the Vietnam war generation to the Vietnam war and the effect of the war on American society. The book provides an intellectual and cultural history of the early counterculture and a view of the war from the perspective of those who because of the military draft were forced to react to it and who in some cases were forced or chose to risk their lives in it.
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