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    • How and Why Is there a Discrepancy in the Treatment of Vietnam and Iraq Veterans by the General Population?
      By: Emily Slater
      5th Period
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    • Vietnam
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    • Iraq
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    • The move to end the war was led by doctors, mental health experts, and liberal-thinking professionals who joined together to paint the war different from any in the history of the United States…
      -Michael Contos
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    • A new generation
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    • Government
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    • Crime
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    • The Crazy Veteran
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    • Ostracized
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    • Adverse Reactions
      …Done for the best intentions, it had disastrous results… - Michael J. Contos
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    • Self-Isolation
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    • Iraq
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    • Change and Continuity
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    • Patriotism
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    • Ashamed
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    • Learning from our mistakes
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    • Government Support
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    • The Future
      “People have forgiven themselves and their veterans’ for the mistakes our Country made”
      - Michael Contos
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    • Knowledge is power
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    • The future looks bright.
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    • A new perspective
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    • Works Cited
      Contos, Michael J. Email interview. 27 May 2010. This     interview was extremely helpful. He gave more information than was asked to and     even provided links to some articles.
      Garfinkle, Adam. Telltale Hearts. New     York, New York: St.     Martin’s Press, 1995. Google Books. Web. 9 May 2010. <http://books.google.com/‌books?id=4_XnFrpIbPYC&pg=PA294&dq=telltale+hearts+the+origin&hl=en&ei=cz_nS52rFIP48Ab-k-CdDw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1& ved=0CDMQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q&f=false>. A book on the origins and impact of the Anti-Vietnam War movement. It does agood job of being an unbiased source and giving both sides of the story. I would highly recommend it.
      Risen, Tom. “VA Aims for a Better G.I. Bill.” Government     Executive 29 Mar. 2010: n. pag. http://www.govexec.com/‌. Web. 10     May 2010. <http://www.govexec.com/‌dailyfed/‌0310/‌032910cdpm1.htm>. It tells what the VA is trying to do to improve the G.I. bill. This source was  okay. It provided enough information to for my requirements, but it did not go beyond that.
    • Works Cited Continued
      Sitikoff, Harvard. The Postwar Impact of Vietnam. Modern American Poetry. Oxford UP, n.d. Web. 10 May 2010. <http://www.english.illinois.edu/‌MAPS/‌vietnam/‌postwar.htm>. A really thorough source about the postwar impact of the Vietnam war. It     provided specific dates and occurrences. It also did a good job in backing up     its research. I would highly recommend it.
      Yokum, Troy.     “Supporting Our Military.”  Sr Live.  Fox News. 9 Apr. 2010. www.foxnews.com. Web. Transcript. 10 May 2010. <http://video.foxnews.com/‌v/‌4143750/‌supporting-our-military>. This was  a wonderful segment. In addition to providing an example of the people supporting the Iraq veterans, it gives a soldier’s perspective on treatment of Vietnam veterans and statistics on Iraq war veteran suicide.