Background sketch for the late 1960s and early 1970s anti-Vietnam war protests
by James K. Sayre
For those of you in your teens, your twenties, your thirties or your forties, you probably don't remember the late 1960s scene. First, try to imagine a world without personal computers, cell phones, Email, the Internet, VCRs, CDs or 24-hour satellite television news. For the Vietnam War, substitute the current U. S. invasion and occupation of Iraq. So let us harken back to those days of yore, when we had ditto machines and mimeograph machines to produce our leaflets.
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