Anti-Vietnam Protests Revisited

Tolan/Sandy Tolan reports on the legacy of anti-Vietnam War protests. As the war ended twenty-five years ago, anti-war activists claimed responsibility for turning American public opinion against the war. Now some scholars question the impact of the protest movement.

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