4 edition of True Americanism: Green Berets and war resisters found in the catalog.
True Americanism: Green Berets and war resisters
David Mark Mantell
Bibliography: p. 256-258.
|Series||Foresight books in psychology|
|LC Classifications||BF575.A3 M35 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 285 p.|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||74002230|
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In True Americanism: Green Berets and War Reisters, David Mark Mantell conducts a series of interviews with a number of Green Berets and a number of individuals who resist war. This is very relevant to my research because it gives me primary interviews with actual Special Operations soldiers.5/5(2).
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Teachers College Press. Columbia University. New York and London () It is rare that a book such as this can capture the heart and soul of America, an America divided by the Vietnam War and the Iraq War. quite interesting, somewhat reminiscent of Mantell's True Americanism: Green Berets or War Resisters.
The book should be of value to those in political science, sociology, and social psychology who wish to analyze the thinking of those who opposed and went along with building arms during the Viet Nam war.
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