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The War at Home: Vietnam and the American People, 1964-1968

Author: Thomas Powers

G.K. Hall, Boston MA, 1984, pp. 348

Argues that, although all forms of opposition had some effect, those that involved the greatest self-sacrifice tended to work best. However, these sacrifices had most impact first time or two, before the public came to accept and then ignore them. Concludes that opposition to the war did not cause US failure, but forced the government to recognize this failure.