The war that never ends : new perspectives on the Vietnam War / edited by David L. Anderson and John Ernst.
- Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky c2007
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction : why Vietnam still matters / Marilyn Young -- No more Vietnams : historians debate the policy lessons of the Vietnam War / David L. Anderson -- The United States and Vietnam : the enemies / Walter LaFeber -- With friends like these : waging war and seeking "more flags" / Gary R. Hess -- The perspective of a Vietnamese witness / Luu Doan Huynh -- Ho Chi Minh, Confucianism, and Marxism / Robert K. Brigham -- Vietnam during the rule of Ngo Dinh Diem, 1954-63 / Ronald G. Frankum Jr. -- The Buddhist antiwar movement / Robert Topmiller -- The long-haired warriors : women and revolution in Vietnam / Sandra C. Taylor -- Military dissent and the legacy of the Vietnam War / Robert Buzzanco -- Unpopular messengers : student opposition to the Vietnam War / Joseph A. Fry -- Vietnam is here : the antiwar movement / Terry H. Anderson -- The media and the Vietnam War / Clarence R. Wyatt -- Congress and the Vietnam War : Senate doves and their impact on the war / Kyle Longley -- In the valley : the combat infantryman and the Vietnam War / Yvonne Honeycutt Baldwin and John Ernst -- The war that never seems to go away / George C. Herring -- A speech for LBJ with comments on George W. Bush / Howard Zinn.
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