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Invasion of Laos [page 2 of 2]

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Creator:International Peoples' Movement Yuk Foo
Creator:University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division.
Title:Invasion of Laos [page 2 of 2]

Alternative title: Genocide - Murder - Conspiracy ... Wanted: Richard M. Nixon Calls for: "If you have information concerning [Nixon], help to bring him to an end." Quote from document: "Nixon is wanted for conspiracy to murder tens of thousands of American soldiers and at least one million Vietnamese. He is also wanted in connection with murders of 28 Black Panthers, four Kent State students and two Jackson State students and in attempting to murder Bobby Seale and Angela Davis. He is the enemy of the people of this World." Background information: "Although in 1969 Nixon announced his policy of 'Vietnamization,' according to which more and more of the fighting was to be assumed by South Vietnam itself, he began by expanding the fighting in Southeast Asia with a 1970 'incursion' into Cambodia. This incident aroused strong protest ... Further antiwar demonstrations followed the 1971 U.S. invasion of Laos and Nixon's decision to resume intensive bombing of North Vietnam in 1972." (United States. Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved February 2, 2004, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online. http://www.search.eb.com/eb/article?eu=121265 )

Types:Fliers (printed matter) | StillImage | Text
Subjects:Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913- | Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975--Protest Movements | Laos | Interntational People's Movement | United States, Washignton, King County, Seattle, 47.6062095, -122.3320708
Collection:Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection
Institution:University of Washington's Libraries
Contributors:University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections Division
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