Tom Hayden was a leading opponent of the Vietnam War. He was indicted, tried and finally acquitted on charges of conspiracy to riot during the 1968 Democratic Convention. Hayden later served 18 years in the California legislature. He is the author of 12 books and currently teaches at Pitzer College in Los Angeles.
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The Pentagon’s New Weapon: Agent Whitewash
A $60 million government project to commemorate the Vietnam War distorts the facts.
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