Policy in the Making: A Look Inside the White House at War

Selverstone, Marc J.
October 2004
OAH Magazine of History;Oct2004, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p63
Reports on Internet resources history students can use to study the 1964 Tonkin Gulf incidents and other episodes of the Vietnam War. , a web site hosted and maintained by the Presidential Recordings Program, which is directed by Timothy Naftali at the University of Virginia's Miller Center of Public Affairs; Online Oral History Workshop, at ; Realization of the West Texas Vietnam veterans' dream of an archive of their own personal experiences through the Vietnam Center and the Vietnam Virtual Archive at Texas Tech University.


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