The Vietnam War
Edited by Walter L. Hixson
Routledge – 2000 – 2,100 pages
This six-volume collection of essential articles on the American involvement in the Vietnam War encompasses the political, social, and military aspects of the war. Available individually by volume.
Volume 1. The Origins of Intervention (0-8153-3531-8)
Volume 2. Military Strategy and Escalation (0-8153-3532-6)
Volume 3. Executive- Legislative Relations, Tracing the Impact of the War on U.S. Governmental Structures and Policies (0-8153-3533-4)
Volume 4. The Diplomacy of War (0-8153-3534-2)
Volume 5. The Anti-War Movement (0-8153-3535-0)
Volume 6. Representation, Memories, and Legacies (0-8153-3536-9)
Walter L. Hixson is the History Department at the University of Akron. His books include Parting the Curtain: Propaganda, Culture and the Cold War, 1945-1961, St. Martin's Press, 1997 and George F. Kennan, Cold War Iconoclast, Columbia University Press, 1989, (Contemporary American History Series) for which he received the Bernath Prize given annually by the Society of Historials of American Foreign Relations. He has also authored numerous scholarly articles and essays.