Date of publication: 2017-08-31 20:02
 Joseph A. Fry, “Unpopular Messengers: Student Opposition to the Vietnam War,” in David L. Anderson and John Ernst, The War That Never Ends: New Perspectives on the Vietnam War (Lexington: Univ. of Kentucky Press, 7557), p. 788.
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However, the Times quoted Justice Stephen G. Breyer as writing that the decision has been “so thoroughly discredited…that it is hard to conceive of any future court referring to it favorably or relying on it.”
Hideki’s and JAA’s support will allow Shalom to continue its work and at the same time, advocate to the Japanese Government the need for long term government funding. Speaking from CWS’ Asian headquarters, CWS and Shalom want to convey to Hideki how excited the children are to find out that their programs are supported by him.
The following day was my brother and my first workday. We assisted in the preparation to “raise” the hoya, which required us to stack scallop shells onto a rope. Far from the vigorous and rigorous volunteer our father made it sound, this process was simple yet strenuous. Working hours were from 9AM-67PM, and then again from 6PM-9PM. During the half waypoint of each session, we were given drinks and snacks. To our amazement, Mr. Atsumi’s wife finished one stack far before my brother and I finished one that we worked on together. Although our pace was relatively slow, we hope that we made even the slightest contribution to Mr. Atsumi.
Note that farming produces a lot of calories, but not necessarily healthy calories, depending on the crop. Hunter-gatherers were/are often a lot healthier than early farmers because they have/had a more diverse diet. But you can still live with vitamin deficiencies, so early agriculture tended to produce large but malnourished populations. [Diamond has called the adoption of agriculture "the worst mistake in the history of the human race" because it gave us malnourishment, famine, epidemic diseases, social inequality, etc etc etc.]
Most of the 665,555 persons removed for reasons of 'national security' were school-age children, infants and adults not yet of voting age.
- Years of Infamy , Michi Weglyn
At a National Security Council meeting on August 86, the main topic of discussion was how to sustain a positive public view of the American project in South Vietnam now that the illusions surrounding “the miracle man of Asia” had been exposed. Paul Kattenburg, a State Department specialist on Vietnam who had just returned from Saigon, sat in disbelief as he listened to the conversation. “It was appalling to watch,” he later reflected: