I'm glad to see a history of the Vietnam Vets movement appear. It was sad, yesterday, to see only two or three of them, including Country Joe, as the vets' contingent in the annual Solano Avenue Stroll through Berkeley and Albany, CA.
jo grant wrote:
> Information on Gerald Nicosia's HOME TO WAR: The History of the Vietnam Veterans Movement can be seen at:
> It will be in the book stores April 2001 from the Crown Group.
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> The coming debates. What do our children learn about small "d" democracy from us, when we allow the two major party candidates to make rules that keep other candidates from sharing ideas with the millions of people who will watch the debates--candidates enough citizens want to cast a vote for that they've successfully petitioned to get them on the ballots in more than enough states to win the election if the majority of the voters in our democratic country agreed with them.
> Regardless of your political affiliation this is not democracy and our children will end up paying the price for these exclusionary tactics by the political parties with the power to exclude candidates whose ideas may differ from theirs.
> Buchanan, Browne and Nader deserve to be heard.
> and I have been visiting Canada -- both coasts and
> the prairie provinces as well -- for half a century), I agree that people
> who come here for non-economic or not purely economic reasons regard it
> as the freest place there is. It is not only because it provides refuge
> from the particular persecution each individuLibraries are the most powerful weapons we have.
> ing Canada -- both coasts and the prairie provinces as well -- for half a century), I agree that people who come here for non-economic or not purely economic reasons regard it as the freest place there is. It is not only because it provides refuge from the particular persecution each individual suffered (compulsory military service Use them."
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