As a college student in the 1970s, he became deeply involved in the antiwar movement and helped the Vietnam Veterans against the War (even though he was not a veteran) as they organized demonstrations during the Nixon administration.
What does VVATW stand for?
VVATW stands for Vietnam Veterans Against the War (also seen as VVAW; Chicago, IL)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Thirty-seven years ago the original "Winter Soldier" investigation was held by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, about which Lt.
while still with the Vietnam Veterans Against the War, white boy Kerry stopped the organization from joining up with the civil rights movement.
Instead, the protest by Kerry and the Vietnam Veterans Against the War led to an unanticipated breakthrough.
O'Neill, author of the Kerry-bashing Unfit for Command, first met the senator when he was recruited by the Nixon Administration to debate him on the "Dick Cavett Show" over allegations raised by the Vietnam Veterans against the War.
In letters home, he questioned the point of going to war and on his return, joined Vietnam Veterans Against The War.