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Home from the war: Vietnam veterans: neither victims nor executioners

by Robert Jay Lifton

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Published by Simon and Schuster in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- Psychological aspects.,
    • Veterans -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS557.A68 L55
      The Physical Object
      Pagination478 p.
      Number of Pages478
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5411461M
      ISBN 100671215450
      LC Control Number73002315

        Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans—Neither Victims nor Executioners, Simon & Schuster (New York City), (With Eric Olson) Living and Dying, Praeger, The Life of the Self: Toward a New Psychology, Simon & Schuster, PsychobirdsБиография  Научная деятельность  Критика современных войн и терроризма,_Роберт. About this Item: Simon and Schuster, Inc., New York, Hardcover. Condition: Good. pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. VIETNAM. "Lifton has written a breakthrough book on therapy for the survivors of intense combat involvement in a counterinsurgency war of the sort America has waged in Vietnam--and an understanding of why we are all on that survivor ://

      Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans: Neither Victims nor Executioners by Robert J. Lifton. Simon and Schuster, pp., $ This interesting and valuable book is Dr. Lifton’s account of their struggle with their memories of brutalities committed and witnessed, their resolve to be revolutionary opponents of a war they had earlier Lifton RJ: Testimony before the Subcommittee on Veterans's Affairs, November and December , and January , in Oversight of Medical Care of Veterans Wounded in Vietnam. Government Printing Office, , pp

        (Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for history; recipient of the National Jewish Book Award-Holocaust; awarded the Lisl and Leo Eitinger Award for , Oslo Norway.) Lifton RJ. Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans – Neither Victims nor Executioners. New York: Simon &Schuster, Touchstone Books,   Lifton detailed his and Shatan’s rap groups in Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans: Neither Victims nor Executioners (), a book that earned him a National Book Award ://


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Home from the war: Vietnam veterans: neither victims nor executioners by Robert Jay Lifton Download PDF EPUB FB2

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ISBN: Home from the war: Vietnam veterans: neither victims nor executioners Robert Jay Lifton Simon and Schuster, Home From The War. Robert J. Lifton. Basic Books, - Veterans - pages. 0 Reviews. soldier speak struggle suggests survivor symbolic talk tell thing thought tion told transformation truth turn United universe various victims Vietnam veterans Vietnamese violence wanted warrior whole York References to this book.

Humanity ?id=aeshAAAAMAAJ. Home from the war: Vietnam Veterans, neither victims nor executioners 著作者等 Lifton, Robert Jay シリーズ名 Harper colophon books 出版元 Basic Books 刊行年月 c ページ数 p. 大きさ 21 cm ISBN NCID BA ※クリックでCiNii   Vietnam Veterans: Neither Victims nor Executioners. By Robert Jay Lifton.

chological effects of the Vietnam war on a group of veterans. It is   HOME FROM THE WAR: Transformations of Vietnam Veterans. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe and from it the vets (victims-executioners) are now struggling to extricate themselves.

Unlike so much that has been written on Vietnam this is neither a lament nor a purgative expression of rage. What it is is a unique Citation. Lifton, R. Home from the war: Vietnam veterans: Neither victims nor executioners. Simon & Schuster.

Abstract. Discusses the experiences, attitudes, and transformations of returning Vietnam veterans, using material obtained from interviews and conversations with the :// At the end of their interview, Daniel asks Prof. Lifton about his work with Vietnam veterans, the subject of his book, Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans—Neither Victims nor Executioners.

Lifton describes this book as his ‘most angry.’ In recalling his conversations with veterans, Lifton relates the story of a soldier who, when Endorsements: "The reissue of Camus' seminal essay, 'Neither Victims nor Executioners, ' could hardly be more timely.

In Iraq and Afghanistan, the hideous march to oblivion goes on apace. America is ironically reversing the ethic proposed by Camus' ://   Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans: Neither Victims nor Executioners () The Life of the Self: Toward a New Psychology () The Broken Connection: On Death and the Continuity of Life () Indefensible Weapons: The Political and Psychological   Book Review Free Preview Archive Home from the War: Vietnam veterans: Neither victims nor executioners.

This article has no abstract; the first words appear :// Another organization active in airing charges of American atrocities in Vietnam was the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), which was founded in ; by it was said to have members.

From 31 January to 2 Februarythe VVAW, with financial backing from actress Janes Fonda, convened a hearing, known as the Winter Soldier ?page=&mode=print. From war hero to criminal: the negative priviliege of the Vietnam veteran / Paul Camacho ; The hooked serviceman: drug use in and after Vietnam / M.

Duncan Stanton ; Federal mental health programs for the Vietnam veteran / Ford H. Kuramoto ; Cuaght in the middle: mdentally disabled Vietnam veterans and the Veterans Administration / Ronald Robert J.

Lifton is the author of In a Dark Time ( avg rating, 12 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Home from the War ( avg rating, 2 ratings,   Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans – Neither Victims nor Executioners.

The Broken Connection: On Death and the Continuity of Life. The Future of Immortality: And Other Essays for a Nuclear Age. Superpower Syndrome: America’s Apocalyptic Confrontation with the World. Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans: Neither Victims Nor Executioners (Paperback) Published May 1st by Simon & Schuster Paperback, pages  Robert Jay Lifton is one of America’s leading psychohistorians, renowned for his studies of people under stress and the author of numerous books, including Death in Life: Survivors of Hiroshima (), Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans — Neither Victims nor Executioners (), and The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide ().In that regard, I refer to my own study of Vietnam veterans, Home from the War that I subtitled Vietnam Veterans: Neither Victims nor Executioners (Lifton, /).

This title reflects my understanding, as I began to work with Vietnam veterans, that they had been cast into the two roles that Albert Camus warned us never to ://