More Reviews of Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s “The Vietnam War”

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See our original list of reviews here.

A conservative State Department veteran says the documentary is “no profile in courage.

Tim O’Brien, author of The Things They Carried reflects on the documentary.

Salar Mohandesi says the documentary “seeks a premature closure.”

Maurice Isserman wants more on the peace movement.

Interview with a historian who advised Burns and Novick.

Thoughts from a professor of teacher education.

Sociologist Martin Wenglinsky weighs-in.

Raymond Schroth offers a Catholic perspective.

Episode 19: American Prophets

podcast-icon1America has long been a home to prophets. Tenskwatawa, Joseph Smith, Anne Hutchinson, and Martin Luther King, Jr. have all spoken truth to power. In today’s episode, John Fea and Drew Dyrli Hermeling discuss America’s prophetic tradition. They are joined by documentary filmmaker Martin Doblmeier whose film, An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story, documents the life and theology of one of America’s most outspoken and revered prophets.