(NY), (Guardian), (1969). A special supplement on U.S. genocide in Vietnam, published by The Guardian newsweekly, the largest independent radical weekly in the U.S. at that time. Eight pages, with a long piece on the My Lai (Song My) massacre by the controversial radical newsman Wilfred Burchett; a commentary on Song My by the Vietnamese Provisional Revolutionary Government, which was engaging in peace negotiations with the U.S. in Paris at the time; an excerpt from a 1967 statement "On Genocide" by French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre; a piece on the massacre by Donald Duncan, a former U.S. Green Beret, and more. Newsprint, with small corner chips; near fine. Powerful anti-American and antiwar polemic. Uncommon: OCLC lists three copies. [#029831] $150
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