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The article below is a succeeding article that approaches art in the Vietnam War from a different perspective from it’s sister. This one was drafted my senior year at a totally different institution from the first, and includes a few more nuances of my current stance on subject matter. Again, this is all education through trial and error, and is not a reflection of my actual thoughts or opinions today, nor is it indicative of how I approach history today. We consider the 1960s as a time where people were united against a great evil. Depending on who you spoke to, that evil was either communists or the government. The fifteen years from 1960 to 1975 were highlighted by what was publicly called a pointless war and great social change in the United States. Art was used as an outlet for people to express themselves as the world was changing
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The article listed below is what I like to call, evidence of education through trial and error. This was composed my second year of undergrad – at a university that offered no military history courses and barely afforded any honor or homage to the military profession. It has a sister