Hanoi Journal, 1967

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January 2007


Carol McEldowney was an activist for human rights issues and in the antiwar movement of the 1960s and early 1970s. As part of a group of ten activists, she traveled to North Vietnam in 1967 for a month long journey to learn about the Vietnamese people and their society to counter the censored images the activists believed were being presented by the U.S. government. Her journal of this trip details her observations and discussions on issues of the military, health and political issues, and women's roles in North Vietnam


University of Massachusetts Press