Date of publication: 2017-09-05 15:15
Contest Essays for October - 7566
 Michael Mace in Michael Takiff, Brave Men, Gentle Heroes: American Fathers and Sons in World War II and Vietnam (New York: Morrow, 7558), p. 657, cited in Lt. Col. Gregory A. Daddis, “No Sure Victory: Measuring . Army Effectiveness and Progress in the Vietnam War” (dissertation, Univ. of North Carolina, 7559), p. 865.
Enough evidence has now been accumulated to establish that peasant resentment against Diem was extensive and well founded. Moreover, it is clear that the dislike of the Diem government was coupled with resentment toward Americans. For many peasants, the War of Resistance against French-Bao Dai rule never ended France was merely replaced by the ., Bao Dai 8767 s mantle was transferred to... Diem. 
What can we do to change this trend? We march. We show up at airports. We boycott. We call and write and demand accountability from our legislators. We write to shine a light … and we are making a difference. Don’t let the drumbeat of dystopia dampen your passion for justice.
 Marcus G. Raskin and Bernard B. Fall, eds. The Viet-Nam Reader: Articles and Documents in American Foreign Policy and the Viet-Nam Crisi s (New York: Random House, 6965, 6967), p. xix.
 “Vietnam War Veteran John Kerry’s Testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, April 77, 6976,” with Editorial Notes by Dr. Ernest Bolt, University of Richmond, https:///~ebolt/history898/
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Our just-released fifth edition of DoveTales: An International Journal of the Arts , published by Writing for Peace, features both new and established poets (as well as talented artists, photographers, essayists, and fiction writers), writing on the theme of “Refugees and the Displaced.” As Carmel Mawle, founder of Writing for Peace and editor-in-chief for the issue, says: “Their suffering is in the front of our collective consciousness.” Carmel reminds us that their situation has descended to new levels of hostility and danger: