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ARTICLES

Anderson, Terry H. “The GI Movement and the Response from the Brass.” In Give Peace a Chance: Exploring the Vietnam Antiwar Movement, edited by Melvin Small and William D. Hoover. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1992, 93-115.

Cameron, Juan. “Our Gravest Military Problem Is Manpower.” Fortune (April 1971): 60-63

Cameron, Juan. “The Armed Forces’ Reluctant Retrenchment.” Fortune (November 1970): 68.

Christgau, Robert. “Phil Ochs, 1940–1976.” Village Voice (April 19,1976).

Cleaver, Thomas McKelvey. “The Oleo Strut Coffeehouse and the GI Antiwar Movement.” Rag Blog, http://theragblog.blogspot.com/2008/07/under-hood-anti-war-gi-coffeehouse-in.html. (Accessed July 22, 2008).

Coppedge, Clay. “Ode to the Oleo Strut.” Texas Escapes Online Magazine, http://www.texasescapes.com/ClayCoppedge/Ode-to-the-Oleo-Strut.htm. (Accessed September 3, 2007).

Dane, Barbara. “The Oleo Strut.” Guardian, (July 30, 1968).

Goldman, Nancy. “The Changing Role of Women in the Armed Forces.” American Journal of Sociology 78, no. 4 (January 1973), 892-911.

Grandstaff, Mark R. “Making the Military American: Advertising, Reform, and the Demise of an Antistanding Military Tradition, 1945–1955.” Journal of Military History 60, no. 2 (April 1996): 299–323.

Grose, Andrew. “Voices of Southern Protest during the Vietnam War Era,Peace & Change, Vol. 32, Issue 2 (April 2007): 153–167.

 

Heinl, Robert D., Jr. “The Collapse of the Armed Forces.” Armed Forces Journal 108 (June 7, 1971): 30–38.

Heinl, Robert D., Jr. “Draftees vs. Lifers: Loser Is Army Morale.” Armed Forces Journal 108 (May 3, 1971): 19.

Kirk, Donald. “Who Wants to Be the Last American Killed in Vietnam?” New York Times Magazine (September 19, 1971).

Linden, Eugene. “The Demoralization of an Army; Fragging and Other Withdrawal Symptoms.” Newsweek (October 25, 1971): 67-68.

McAninch, William Shepard. “The UFO.” South Carolina Law Review (Winter 1995): 363-79.

Uhl, Michael. “Hué Back When: Vietnam’s Pivotal Battle Reconsidered.” CounterPunch, (September 20, 2017). https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/09/20/hue-back-when-vietnams-pivotal-battle-reconsidered/ (accessed August 6, 2018).

Uhl, Michael. “My Lai: Vietnam, 1968, and the Descent Into Darkness.” Mekong Review (February 2018). https://mekongreview.com/my-lai/ (accessed August 6, 2018).

Uhl, Michael. “The Tip of the Iceberg: My Lai Fifty Years On.” CounterPunch, (March 16, 2018). https://www.counterpunch.org/2018/03/16/the-tip-of-the-iceberg-my-lai-fifty-years-on/ (accessed August 6, 2018). 

Rinaldi, Matthew. “The Olive-Drab Rebels: Military Organizing during the Vietnam Era,” Radical America 8 (May–June 1974).

Seidman, Derek. “Vietnam and the Soldiers Revolt: The Politics of a Forgotten History,” Monthly Review Vol 68, No. 2 (June 2016).

Seidman, Derek. “Paper Soldiers: The Ally and the GI Underground Press during the Vietnam War,” in Protest on the Page: Essays on Print and the Culture of Dissent since 1865 (University of Wisconsin Press, 2015): 183-202.

 

Sherill, Robert. “Must the Citizen Give Up His Civil Liberties When He Joins the Army?” New York Times Magazine (May 18, 1969).

Zeiger, David. “Did the GI Movement End the Vietnam War? And What Is the Real Legacy of the GI Coffeehouses?” Different Drummer Cafe, http://www.differentdrummercafe.org/gi movement.html (accessed April 19, 2010).

 

ESSAYS

Michael Uhl's essay/review of My Lai: Vietnam 1968, and the Descent into Darkness in the Mekong Review and
Counterpunch

http://www.veteranscholar.com/MR%2010%20edit.pdf

https://www.counterpunch.org/2018/03/16/the-tip-of-the-iceberg-my-lai-fifty-years-on/

 

Michael Uhl's review of Hue 1968

https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/09/20/hue-back-when-vietnams-pivotal-battle-reconsidered/