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by Thomas Lee Hayes

  • ISBN: 0809618176
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  • Author: Thomas Lee Hayes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Association Press (1971)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1129 kb
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And the realization that their residence in Sweden ""for the duration"" may mean for life becomes a psychological burden to be reckoned with. The author was sent to be minister to this community by peace forces in the United States.

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These men lived in exile away from their families and culture. Sweden was welcoming, but as time went on, found the deserters who were more than occasionally troubled, a discomfort. For the deserters, who faced prosecution and serious jail time in the US, the fear of the CIA and American retribution led to paranoia, it was not an easy time. As Matthew Sweet has eloquently written, many fell under the sway of an even more paranoid figure, Lyndon Larouche. Matthew Sweet's book looks at an obscure corner of the American left of the 1960s and '70s and shows how idealism and craziness, heroism and paranoia all played a part in the politics of that fraught era.

Product Details Hardcover: 192 pages Publisher: Association Press (1971) Language: English ISBN-10: 0809618176 ISBN-13: 978-0809618170 Average Customer Review: Be the