This is the main subject of the book, the 2004 DNC candidate for the office of the President of the United States, who is portrayed as a manipulative politician who reluctantly joined the U.S. Naval Reserve, served in a selfish and cowardly way, and used the war for political and personal gain.
This is the primary author who challenged the subject of the book in a 1971 televised broadcast and comments throughout the book on events he witnessed while serving in Vietnam.
Jerome R. Corsi
This is the secondary author of the book, who is a Harvard PhD and an expert in political violence and the U.S. antiwar movement of the 1960s and 70s, lending authority and credibility to the book's overall purpose.
This is the powerful anti-war politician who chaired the Special Senate Committee on Foreign Relations to study various scenarios...
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