Chapter Five: Framing the Human: Reading North Vietnamese Torture in POW Narratives of the Vietnam War
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Of the many inhumanities that characterize this war, North Vietnam’s prisoner-of-war policy is the most shocking.
- Virginian Pilot, 19 July 1969.142
Whose lives are regarded as lives worth saving and defending, and whose are not?
- Judith Butler, Frames of War 38.
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