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BLOODS is the oral history of twenty black veterans of the Vietnam War, and the author is also a veteran. These veterans offer an insight into the Vietnam War that is largely unclouded by racism, jingoism, or blind nationalism
BLOODS is the oral history of twenty black veterans of the Vietnam War, and the author is also a veteran. The stories in it are gripping and you can sense what a horrible experience war is, particularly for these minority soldiers who are fighting for an America that hasn't always been fair to them. These veterans offer an insight into the Vietnam War that is largely unclouded by racism, jingoism, or blind nationalism. Facing discrimination not just at home but on the front lines of the war, they understand the social forces that drove Cold War America and deliver some of the most raw and self aware war stories I've ever read.
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Tears of Blood (German: Und der Regen verwischt jede Spur) is a 1972 West German-French drama film directed by Alfred Vohrer. It was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival. Alain Noury as Alain. Anita Lochner as Christine. Wolfgang Reichmann as Luba. Malte Thorsten as Martin. Eva Christian as Karin. Ruth Maria Kubitschek as Irene. Henry Vahl as Brodersen. Alf Marholm as Vater Täumer. Tears of Blood on IMDb.
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The Betrayal of America. The Betrayal of America is a book by Vincent Bugliosi (Thunder's Mouth Press, 2001, ISBN 1-56025-355-X) which is largely based on an article he wrote for The Nation entitled "None Dare Call It Treason," which argues that the . Supreme Court's December 12, 2000 5‑4 decision in Bush v. Gore unlawfully handed the 2000 . presidential election to George W. Bush. Bugliosi declares that the decision damaged both the . Constitution and democracy in general. He accuses the five majority judges of moral culpability by endangering Americans' constitutional freedoms.
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