Concluding part of our two-part episode on the GI resistance to the Vietnam war, in conversation with Jerry Lembcke, a Vietnam army veteran, now sociologist and author.

Most further reading is linked to in the show notes of part 1.
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This article gives a good general overview of the GI resistance movement: libcom.org/history/1961-1973-g…-in-the-vietnam-war
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This is our short video history of the movement: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzhM9eDoM80
This is our playlist of Vietnam war protest music: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Pj9AucSc…Kun66juixXqPZFjCN
You can get Jerry Lembcke’s books here: www.amazon.com/Jerry-Lembcke/e/B…1533499864&sr=1-1

FOOTNOTES 

– Here you can get the excellent documentary, Sir, No Sir!: www.amazon.com/Sir-No-Suppressed…nam/dp/B000IB0DE4
– This is an article Jerry wrote on the “spitting” myth: www.nytimes.com/2017/10/13/opinio…am-protester.html

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
– This episode was edited by Stephanie Hydal: www.stephaniehydal.com/portfolio/
– Music used this episode was “Ain’t Going to Study War no more” by Leon Lishner and Friends – freemusicarchive.org/music/Leon_Lis…_Riverside_USA – licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License – creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/legalcode

 

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