What does Our flag stand for in Vietnam? ...Napalm
c. 1965
17.25 in HIGH x 11.25 in WIDE
(43.81 cm HIGH x 28.57 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right edge has "The National Coordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam."

Poster has a black and white image of a woman holding a baby and a young girl crouching. Above is "What Does Our Flag Stand for in Vietnam? ... Napalm." Below the image is a black background with white text. It reads, "I appeal to you, citizens of America.... I appeal to you to consider what has been done to the people of Vietnam by the U.S. government. Can you, in you hearts, justify the use of poison chemicals and gas, the saturation bombing of the entire country with jelly-gasoline (napalm) and phosphorus? --Lord Betrand Russell/ Stop the disgrace of our flag: End the War in Vietnam. The Madison, Wisconsin-based National Coordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam ( ~ 1964-1967) coordinated the first national opposition to the war. [LMC]
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