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Gerald McCarthy: Haunted Marine, VVAW Activist, College Professor

Jan Barry Portside
There were no words for what to say about the war for 19-year-old combat vets coming home in 1967. Words like post-traumatic stress, survivor guilt did not exist. This book reveals the inner world of many war veterans that home folks haven’t a clue.


Viet Nam is Still With Us

Buff Whitman-Bradley
California poet Buff Whitman-Bradley reminds us that some wars never end.


Finding Work After War

H.C. Palmer Verse Daily
The Kansas poet H. C. Palmer, a battalion surgeon in the American War in Vietnam, addresses the effects of trauma on our war veterans.
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