New. Post World War II-Vietnam, SE Asia A study of the Politics of Dissent. This volume demonstrates how opposition to the war in Vietnam, the military-industrial complex, and the national security state crystallized in a variety of different ways. During the course of the war many dissenters came to see the foreign policy which they were supporting, with its willingness to invoke democracy and at the same time tolerate dictatorships in the cause of anticommunism, as morally and politically corrupt. Most dissenters increasingly came to perceive a threat to the fundamental ideals of the US Constitution UL-XXXXXX. 332pp, index.
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