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13838. Two Political Process Models of the American Anti-War Movement. This investigation provides a sociological perspective on the anti-war movement during the Vietnam War era. Argues that the anti-war movement which arose in the 1960's in response to U.S. involvement in Vietnam was a distinct social movement. The analysis examines the movement's growth using two of McAdam's political process models: one model of movement emergence and another of movement development -- testing McAdam's basic theory of movement dynamics against the historical evidence. 23 pages, 28 footnotes, 17 bibliographic sources.   $133


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