After Pinkville
In Bertrand Russell War Crimes Tribunal on Vietnam

Chomsky, Noam
Year Published:  1971
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX8865

Chomsky begins by expressing criticism of the peace movement protestors. He claims that their demands on the US government to "stop bombing and enter negotiations" in Vietnam were insufficient; they should have instead called for immediate withdrawal and adherence to international law. Chomsky then turns his criticism towards the American moral standing, citing one professors take on foreign policy: "To crush the people's war, we must eliminate the people". He parallels this to the moral level of Nazi Germany and questions the US's lack of moral considerations in the Vietnam War.

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