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Aiming to present an accessible overview of the Vietnam War from both the non-Western and anti-war perspectives, this book traces the history, war years and post-war experiences of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos before turning to the US experience, where it focuses on government policies, the anti-war movement, veterans, and films and literature on Vietnam.
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Douglas Allen is professor of philosophy at the University of Maine . He is the author of Structure and Creativity in Religion ; Mircea Eliade: An Annotated Bibliography (with Dennis Doeing); Mircea Eliade et le phénomène religieux ; Coming to Terms: Indochina, the United States, and the War (coedited with Ngo Vinh Long and published by WestviewPress); and Religion and Political Conflict in South Asia . He is also an editor of Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars and has received Fulbright and Smithsonian Institution grants to teach and study in India. Ashok K. Malhotra is professor of philosophy at the State University of New York at Oneonta .
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