Author(s): R. Mann
Through the speeches, essays and interviews of some of the most compelling individuals in American history who stood against the key conflicts of their lifetimes, this book gives remarkable insight into wartime dissent in the U.S. from the revolutionary war to the war on terror.
ROBERT MANN holds the Manship Chair in Mass Communication at the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University, USA and is a Senior Public Policy Fellow at the school's Reilly Centre for Media and Public Affairs. Formerly an aide to three U.S. senators and a Louisiana governor, Mann has written critically acclaimed political histories of the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War. His essays and reviews have appeared in numerous publications, including the New York Times and the Boston Globe.
The Revolutionary War The War of 1812 The Mexican War The Civil War The Spanish-American War The First World War World War II The Cold War The Korean War The Vietnam War The Persian Gulf War The Global War on Terrorism