Civil Rights Organizations and the Vietnam War

From: Michael Mazarr <MazarrM@ndu.edu>
Subject: RE: Paper
Date: July 20, 2012 1:10:38 PM CDT
To: Chris Woelk <chriswoelk1945@gmail.com>

Chris:

Sorry for the delay the Lyman Wooster paper is now cleared for public release with the usual disclaimer statement that it does not reflect the opinions of the US government. You are free to post it on the web site.

Again sorry it took so long but we had to get two of our faculty to read it in its entirety and confirm its unclassified nature.

Mike Mazarr

My Uncle Lyman Dwight Wooster wrote this “individual research paper” in 1969 while a student at the National War College. His topic was how Civil Rights organizations viewed the Vietnamese War. His research material was in the public domain, none was classified so the NWC (now called “The National Defense University”) approved the reproduction of this paper. Lyman lives on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina, age 96 and still driving.

This is a PDF file.
Attitudes of Civil Rights Organizations Toward the Vietnamese War

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