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    1. The highest-ranking U.S. military officer to lose a child in combat in the post-9/11 wars was there to bury his youngest son, 1st Lt. Robert Michael Kelly, killed in action in Afghanistan. Sitting ...

    2. On Oct. 21, 1967, they announced, antiwar protesters would march en masse past the Lincoln Memorial, across the Memorial Bridge all the way to the front steps of the Pentagon.

    3. It was a key moment in recent American history, crystallizing the growing divisions in the country and dramatizing how much the public was turning against the confusing and frustrating war in ...

    4. The first event of the day was a rally at the Lincoln Memorial, with a lectern set in the same spot where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and others had spoken during the March on Washington ...

    5. CBS ended up dropping the “instant analysis” of presidential speeches for a while following the attacks, and none of the networks covered a major antiwar protest two days after ...

    6. Patti Smith performs in 2010. When punk-rock legend, National Book Award winner, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Patti Smith takes the Carnegie Hall stage on Nov. 5 at a benefit concert ...

    7. On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam

      KPBS San Diego8 hours ago

      The program examines the Latino experience during a war that placed its heaviest burden on working-class youth and deeply affected Latino communities. “On Two Fronts” producer Mylène Moreno ...

    8. Vietnam, Up Close and Personal

      New York Times1 day ago

      Joe dolls, and uniforms, from jungle fatigues to a denim jacket armored with protest buttons. Words and images work together in a pair of large murals by Matt Huynh, commissioned for ...

    9. Bush's treatment of grieving military family members, including Sheehan, who camped outside his Texas ranch to protest the Iraq War, is upheld frequently as an example for Trump to follow ...

    10. A couple of days ago, the New York Times published an opinion piece by Jerry Lembcke “The Myth of the Spitting Antiwar Protester.” Lembcke wrote a book a few decades ago debunking ...

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