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Hard Hats, Hippies, and the Real Antiwar Movement

John Rooney, AP Images

A fight breaks out at an antiwar protest in Manhattan, May 1970.
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Decades after its conclusion, the U.S. war in Vietnam remains an unsettled part of our collective memory. Members of the military, veterans, scholars, journalists, and artists continue to revisit and reinterpret the war, assessing its historical...

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