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Bombing For The Hell Of It by Carol Brightman & Michael Uhl

Published on: March 30, 2015

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This article originally appeared in The Nation, June 12, 1995.

Bombing for the Hell of ItCover     Page 822     Page 823     Page 824     Page 826     —     Criticism

 

Bombing for the Hell of ItCover     Page 822     Page 823     Page 824     Page 826     —     Criticism

 

Bombing for the Hell of ItCover     Page 822     Page 823     Page 824     Page 826     —     Criticism

 

Bombing for the Hell of It

Cover     Page 822     Page 823     Page 824     Page 826     —     Criticism

Bombing for the Hell of ItCover     Page 822     Page 823     Page 824     Page 826     —     Criticism

 

 

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Criticism


Most of the criticism I’ve written since the mid-1990s for such outlets as The Nation magazine and the Sunday Boston Globe Book Review, is directly or indirectly related to the Vietnam War. As a published writer during that period, this is the area in which I have been most productive, creating a body of work that I look upon with pride.
Combat and Reconciliation — The Boston Sunday Globe,
June 26 2005

Armed With the Facts — Vermont Guardian, December 2004

A Skillful Chronicle of Kerry’s Conflicts — The Boston Globe,
January 19 2004

War & Remembrance — The Boston Globe, February 16 2003

Warriors’ Honor and the Ordeal of Survival — PeaceWork,
July/August 2002

That’s Vietnam, Jake — The Nation, July 9 2001

The Jaws of Victory — The Boston Sunday Globe,
August 1, 1999

War and Madness — PeaceWork, December 1998/January 1999

Obsessed by Vietnam — The Dissident, June 1997

On the Lam From Vietnam — The Nation, September 18 1995

How We Bombed in Laos — The Washington Post,
September 17 1995

Bombing for the Hell of It — The Nation, June 12 1995

Travels With Charlie — The Nation, February 27 1995

The God That Resigned — the Progressive, February 1995

Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam —
the Progressive, September 1986

Gung Ho — the Progressive, October 1981

One Response to Bombing For The Hell Of It by Carol Brightman & Michael Uhl

  1. Cathy Fraser says:

    Triumph of the Absurd by Uwe Siemon-Netto is one of the best memoirs I have read on this war. I find that reading more about it can help see what really happened in the everyday over there.

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