The Vietnam War has had a profound impact upon modern American culture, and through that culture, the lessons of the experience will live on into the future. We will examine the war using a variety of communication techniques such as news media, film, literature, music and photos which, collectively, have preserved the story and informed it for future generations.
GROUP LEADER: Leo Sullivan is retired after a 35-year career in public school education, 30 of which were served as a high school principal and Superintendent of Schools. He holds an MA in American History from Notre Dame and has taught previous WISE courses on 20th century American history topics.
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