Service Member Father Concerned About Vietnam

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In a letter from Brownsburg, Indiana, a father of a service member writes to Senator Bayh. The letter begins with reservations about making claims against the Vietnam conflict but assures the Senator these issues are heartfelt. The father continues, "Since receiving letters from my son, I am greatly distressed with American progress in Vietnam as well as the conditions for American soldiers."

Citation

Constituent. "Service Member Father Concerned About Vietnam." Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Legislative Mail Files, Foreign Relations – Vietnam, Jul-Aug 1965. Accessed 28 June 2017. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/263.

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Title

Service Member Father Concerned About Vietnam

Subject

Vietnam War, 1961-1975 Bayh, Birch, -- 1928-
Bayh, Birch, -- 1928-

Description

In a letter from Brownsburg, Indiana, a father of a service member writes to Senator Bayh. The letter begins with reservations about making claims against the Vietnam conflict but assures the Senator these issues are heartfelt. The father continues, "Since receiving letters from my son, I am greatly distressed with American progress in Vietnam as well as the conditions for American soldiers."

Creator

Constituent

Source

Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Legislative Mail Files, Foreign Relations – Vietnam, Jul-Aug 1965

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1965-06-23

Contributor

Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries

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Language

English

Type

Document

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Coverage

Browsburg, Indiana