The old powers-that-be don’t want the truth about the Kent State Massacre to ever see the light of day. Others are determined to have that truth known and justice to be done. On part one, Laurel Krause, whose then-19 year old sister Allison was killed at Kent State, talks about an effort to get the UN to press the case, push the US government to follow newly discovered evidence that an order to fire was in fact given. On part two, Nick Turse, author of the highly acclaimed new book: Kill Anything That Moves, talks about his findings that atrocities in Vietnbam were not the result of a few bad apples but were incredibly widespread and may have been simply policy. The young men who carried out the atrocities being victims as well. Facing history, facing ourselves.

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