If those declarations remind readers of any public figure from Donald J. Pointing out that American males' participation in the labor force "is at Depression-era lows," the authors identified widespread opioid abuse, inner city homicides, half of all American children born out of wedlock, and more than half are raised by single mothers. The column caused letters, statements, and petitions from students and professors at Penn and elsewhere attacking the column as racist, white supremacist, xenophobic, and hate speech. Then, the problem exists of allowing unpopular speakers at college campuses.
How did the media portray the issue? I feel I had a fairly clear understanding of the issues. My memories are that these mags gave a fairly objective overview of the war.
How did you view your future? I was living in Miami, Florida. Much of the time I was scared shitless.
I don't remember thinking much more than a week or so ahead. Until then I had managed to appeal numerous draft notices for several years thru my student deferment. My situation is somewhat unique as was everyone else's, I guess in that I'm a Canadian national by birth.
I was still eligible for the draft as a "resident alien". The image that stays in my mind to this day is that of the Buddhist monks who were committing suicide by setting themselves on fire to protest their country's invasion.
In a corner of my mind there is always a saffron-robed monk making the strongest protest statement possible - his self immolation. That a human being could believe so strongly in his cause, and choose to take his own life as the ultimate form of passive resistance, was a deciding factor.
I lived on Key Biscayne, an idyllic suburban island community about five miles off the coast of Miami. So far as I know, I was the first KB objector to the war.
I remember attending a peace demonstration on Flagler Street Miami's main drag across from the downtown library ? There were about 10 or 15 of us at this first demo, and all of us were teens or early 20s at the oldest.
When I graduated from high school inI was a naive year-old. No awareness that I can recall of the war in Vietnam, except for a terrible song played on top 40 radio, "The Ballad of the Green Berets".
How did the war affect your view of the U. I was a Canadian by birth, altho I had lived in the US from second grade, age 7. At first I had somewhat bought into all the usual American patriotism pledging allegiance every day for 11 years has some effect on you.
When I realized what was going on I was appalled. Yes, I was one of the first anti-war protesters in Miami see library demo above.
I also started publishing my own version of an underground newspaper, a mimeographed couple of pages creatively called "Papers". I was also one of the leaders at community college who formed an anti-war activist group called the Student Action Committee a play on that other acronmym, the strategic air command.
Who knows what would have happened If you skim thru my memoir, " Eel Pie Dharma ", you'll get an overview of how disenfranchised my life became. I went from living the life of a middle-class college kid to a longhaired hippie living in an abandoned hotel.
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