Vietnam ReadingOverland (1998)
AbstractDuring Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War, the author was prominent in the anti-war movement, and a conscientious objector to the system of compulsory military service in place at the time. In this article he accounts for the intellectual development which shaped his politics. The focus of the article is the reading he did during the 1960s.
- Rowan Cahill,
- anti-war movement,
- conscientious objector,
- Vietnam War,
Citation InformationRowan Cahill. "Vietnam Reading" Overland Iss. 150 (1998)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rowan_cahill/69/