[IMC-Boston-Dispatch] 3/11 Protest War Criminal Henry Kissinger!
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John Harris <john.r.harris at verizon.net> wrote: To: "BostonMarch20 at yahoogroups. com" <BostonMarch20 at yahoogroups.com>
From: "John Harris" <john.r.harris at verizon.net>
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2006 09:56:15 -0500
Subject: [BostonMarch20] Protest War Criminal Henry Kissinger!
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March 11 - Protest War Criminal Henry Kissinger @ JFK Library - 10:00 AM.
Henry Kissinger is responsible for crimes against humanity in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Bangladesh, East Timor and Chile.
While we are currently very busy fighting a new generation of war criminals it is important to not let older ones off the hook.
If you need more information concerning Kissinger's crimes just google him. There is a wealth of information out there.
From the Conference Brochure-
"On March 10 and 11, 2006, the National Archives and the nations Presidential Libraries will host an unprecedented two-day conference examining the history of the Vietnam War and the American presidency. The conference, which is free and open to the public, will be held at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.
"Vietnam and the Presidency" is the first national conference sponsored by all the Presidential Libraries from Hoover to Clinton and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Leading historians, key policymakers of the era, and journalists who covered the war will examine the antecedents of the war, presidential decision-making, media coverage, public opinion, lessons learned and the influence of the Vietnam experience on subsequent U.S. foreign policy.
Among those participating in the historic two-day conference will be General Alexander Haig; Secretary of State Henry Kissinger; Special Counsel to President Kennedy Theodore Sorensen; Special Assistant to President Johnson Jack Valenti; Senator Chuck Hagel; New York Times columnist Bob Herbert; Ambassador Pete Peterson; General Wesley Clark; professors George Herring, Robert D. Schulzinger, Timothy Naftali, and Marilyn Young; journalists Steve Bell and Dan Rather; Pulitzer Prize-winning authors David Halberstam and Frances Fitzgerald; and historians David Kaiser and Jeffrey Kimball. Former President Jimmy Carter will speak via video and NBC Nightly News anchorman Brian Williams will moderate all of the second days sessions.
The Vietnam War was the longest and most controversial war that the United States ever fought. It claimed the lives of more than 58,000 Americans and over three million Vietnamese. Fromthe arrival of the first U.S. military advisors in the 1950s to the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975, U.S. involvement in Vietnam was central to the Cold War foreign policies of Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford. The war has continued to affect the policies of subsequent presidents and its legacy is particularly relevant today during Americas war on terror."
Here's a link to official event information:
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