Vietnam Historiography: A Generation of Love and War

“Hey, Hey LBJ, How many kids did you kill today?” — A protest chant that first became popular in late 1967

Specialist Fifth Class Jimmy L. Arnold holds a toddler in his arms and obtains a present from Santa for him. South Vietnam. Dec. 25, 1966.Credit…Ann Bryan/Overseas Weekly Collection/Hoover Institution Library and Archives

“All men are created equal; they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights; among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.” — The first lines of the Vietnamese…

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Isaiah McCall

Isaiah McCall

Are you ready for what’s coming? | Writing out of New York City | Also on Substack: https://isaiahmccall.substack.com/