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This book presents Vietnam veterans' 1970 testimony about their personal participation in what they describe as everyday atrocities in the war.
Excerpts from the book
"It is our hope that the American people will come to realize that war crimes in Vietnam are not isolated, aberrant acts but the inevitable result of a policy which in its direction of waging war against the civilians, Vietnamese civilians, is in itself immoral and criminal."
– Robert Master
"Gooks were gooks and you killed them. That's what they were for. So we did it. It didn't really bother me at the time. It didn't bother me until I started thinking what really happened."
– Phil Wigenbach
Other Books by James S. Kunen
Praise for Diary of a Company Man
". . . James Kunen has done it again, with his acute, observant, funny and moving story of what's truly important in life."– Jonathan Alter, author of The Promise: President Obama, Year One
About James S. Kunen, author of Diary of a Company Man
© Peter Serling, 2011
James S. Kunen is the author of popular and critically praised books that grapple with legal and political issues in a personal way. A prize-winning journalist, he is best known for his 1968 memoir, The Strawberry Statement: Notes of a College Revolutionary—his account of the antiwar student strike at Columbia. He describes the journey from corporate PR man to teacher of immigrants in his new memoir, Diary of a Company Man: Losing a Job, Finding a Life.