THE UNITED STATES, INDOCHINA, AND HISTORICAL MEMORY
Edited by Mark Pavlick
Haymarket Books (Fall 2013, world English rights)
Trade Paper • ISBN-13: 9781608463237 • US $22 • 5 1/4 in x 8 1/2 in • 450 pgs.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
U.S. War Crimes in Indochina sheds crucial new light on the epochal U.S. interventions in Southeast Asia after WWII. Antiwar activist Fred Branfman describes the tragic lives of Laotian peasants under U.S. bombing. Cambodia scholar Ben Kiernan and colleague Owen Taylor illuminate the course of Cambodian history after unprecedented U.S. air campaigns. The book further includes classic work by Noam Chomsky, Nick Turse, and Edward Herman.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mark Pavlick is an independent editor. He was active in the U.S. movement against the Indochina wars in volunteer work with the Indochina Mobile Education Project and the Indochina Resource Center in Washington, D.C.
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