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Students play hippies in mock Vietnam protest

Posted: Saturday, January 27, 2018 12:00 am

It’s one of the most discussed, contentious and dramatized moments of American history in the 20th century, interpreted in wildly different ways by wildly different authorities.

The legacy of the Vietnam War, and the impact it had on the homefront, still resonate today in movies, music and the culture at large, but understanding it as more than pop culture sound bites can be daunting for the younger generations who were not there to witness it firsthand.

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