Fred Wilcox on the Legacy of Agent Orange

August 8, 2013

August 10th is the official Day to Commemorate Agent Orange Victims. In honor, Fred Wilcox, author of Scorched Earth and Waiting for an Army to Die, spoke on radio program Making Contact. 

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Wilcox has been researching, writing about, and teaching courses on the Vietnam War for the past thirty years. An Iowa Writers’ Workshop graduate, he has published articles on chemical warfare, environmental activism, mental health, trauma, and addiction, and has appeared on 100+ radio and television programs as a trusted authority among veterans and academics alike on the Vietnam War and its aftereffects. He is the author of Waiting for an Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange andScorched Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam. He currently teaches at Ithaca College.

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