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Nothing Personal : The Vietnam War in Princeton 1965-1975 (Paperback)

Author: Neuwirth, Lee

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From the former Deputy Director of IDA/CRD (Institute for Defense Analyses/Communications Research Division) comes a fascinating background of the anti-war, anti-IDA demonstrations held at Princeton during the Vietnam War. Who were those engaged in debate and what were they thinking? In Nothing Personal, Lee Neuwirth, who was anti-war, yet fiercely loyal to his country, and caught in the midst of what proved to be aggressive tactics, reveals much about the machinations and attitudes on both sides. It was a time when passions ran high and the definition of patriotism was vehemently argued. As Neuwirth writes, The build-up to the serious, angry, festive, electric demonstrations of 1967-1972 was slow, steady, and in retrospect, inevitable. The author juxtaposes sit-ins and activism with his personal life, including his public debate with Daniel Ellsberg and efforts taken to protect his family. For anyone seeking an impartial historical perspective of an extraordinary time, this is it.


Publisher Createspace Independent Pub
Mfg Part# 9781439239704
SKU 211872786
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1439239703
Release Date 8/13/2012
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0188
Publisher Booksurge Publishing
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