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Primary Sources

Adjusted Compensation Payment Act 49 U.S.C. § 32 (1936)

Diagnostic And Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders : DSM-3. Arlington, VA :American Psychiatric Publishing, 1980, p247-251. The Circumcision Reference Library. (Accessed November 19, 2018).

Grant, Gordon. Jobs for fighters – If you need a job, if you need a man, inform the official central agency – The service is free The United States Employment Service, Bureau for Returning Soldiers and Sailors. Poster. Baltimore, New York: Thomsen-Ellis Co, 1919. From Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division (Accessed November 18, 2018).

Herzog, Mark. He Has Seen War. 2011; Los Angeles, CA: Herzog and Co, 2011. YouTube. Posted 2012. (Accessed November 18, 2018).

Huston, John, dir. Let There Be Light. 1946; Long Island, New York: U.S. Army Pictorial Services, 1980.

Kerry, John. “Statement Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.” Speech, Washington D.C., April 22, 1971. YouTube. Posted 2013. (Accessed November 18, 2018).

Kovic, Ron. Born on the Fourth of July. New York. Akashic Books, 1976.

Moore, Amzie. Amzie Moore to Administrator of the Veterans Administration, April 12, 1961. In Freedom Summer Collection, (Accessed November 18, 2018).

“Nov. 11 Becomes ‘Veterans Day’.” New York Times), May 25, 1954, pp. 4.

Reph, Liz. Brothers in War. 2014; Easton, PA and New York City, NY: Lou Reda Productions, 2014. 1:19.32- 1:28.00.

Servicemen’s Readjustment Act 58, U.S.C. § 268 (1944).

“Shacks, put up by the Bonus Army on the Anacostia flats, Washington, D.C., burning after the battle with the military. The Capitol in the background.” Photograph. Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, 1754 – 1954; Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer, 1860 – 1982; Record Group 111; National Archives. (Accessed November 18, 2018).

Sledge, E.B. China Marine. Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 2002.

Special to The New,York Times. “Veterans’ Bureaus United by Hoover.” New York Times, Jul 09, 1930, pp. 11.

Welcome home our gallant boys Peace, justice, liberty. Poster. Cincinnati, Ohio: Hennegan & Co., 1918. From Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division (Accessed November 18, 2018).


Secondary Sources

Adler, Jessica. “‘The Service I Rendered Was Just as True’: African American Soldiers and Veterans as Activist Patients.” American Journal of Public Health 107, no. 5 (May 2017): 675–83.

Amsterdam, Daniel. “Before the Roar: U.S. Unemployment Relief after World War I and the Long History of a Paternalist Welfare Policy.” Journal of American History, Volume 101, Issue 4, 1 March 2015, Pages 1123–1143

Bound, John and Turner, Sarah, “Going to War and Going to College: Did World War II and the G.I. Bill Increase Educational Attainment for Returning Veterans?,” Journal of Labor Economics 20, no. 4 (October 2002): 784-815.

Craddock, Douglas, Jr. “War, Civil Rights, and Higher Education: African American Vietnam Veterans, the Civil Rights Era, and the G.I. Bill.” PhD diss. University of Alabama, 2002.

Gannon, Barbara A.. “‘They Call Themselves Veterans: Civil War and Spanish War Veterans and the Complexities of Veteranhood,” The University of North Carolina Press, no. 4 (2015): 528-550

Gelber, Scott. “A ‘Hard-Boiled Order’: The Reeducation of Disabled WWI Veterans in New York City.” Journal of Social History 39, no. 1 (Fall 2005): 161–80.

Hunt, Andrew. 1999. The Turning : A History of Vietnam Veterans Against the War. New York: New York University Press.. ProQuest Ebook Central.

Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides Committee, Board on the Health of Select Populations Staff, and Institute of Medicine. Veterans and Agent Orange : Update 2018. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press, 2018. National Academy of Sciences, (Accessed November 18, 2018).