"AID AND COMFORT": JANE FONDA IN NORTH VIETNAM
During the Vietnam War, Jane Fonda journeyed to Hanoi. She met with senior Communist civilian and military officials, held press conferences, toured sites of alleged bombing, "interviewed" American prisoners of war and, most important, made a series of propaganda broadcasts (tapes of which were incessantly played to our POWs).
By examining Fonda's childhood motivations, her radicalization, her POW "audience," her activities in North Vietnam, and through a detailed analysis of the American law of treason, "Aid and Comfort" makes the case that more than sufficient evidence existed to indict and convict Jane Fonda for the crime of treason.
In addition, the book reveals the shocking story of how, and why, the House Committee on Internal Security and the Nixon Department of Justice swept Fonda's conduct under the bureaucratic rug so that she would never be indicted. The appendix to "Aid and Comfort": Jane Fonda in North Vietnam contains the text of Fonda's broadcasts from North Vietnam.
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The book may be purchased in any of four ways: (1) if stores are out of stock already (which we suspect), they can special-order "Aid and Comfort" for you. Faster service -- WHICH WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND -- can be obtained: (2) by calling the publisher directly at 1-800-253-2187 (1-800-ALEC1US) or 1-336-246-4460, (3) by clicking here*, or (4) by ordering on-line from www.amazon.com.
Those of you who are committed to helping "Aid and Comfort" succeed can do a lot right now. You can: forward this announcement, requesting recipients to forward it onward; send this announcement to as many websites as possible; ask bookstores to carry and libraries to purchase "Aid and Comfort"; use radio talk shows to promote the book; write letters-to-the-editor about "Aid and Comfort"; tell your friends about the book via email and otherwise; post this announcement on non-electronic bulletin boards.
We have good reason to believe that the demand for "Aid and Comfort" will exceed the first printing, and may have already. Accordingly, those who are interested in obtaining a copy are encouraged to purchase one as soon as possible. One last word: there are powerful forces in our culture which did not want to see this book written, let alone published. Let alone have it tell the truth to the world about Jane Fonda's pilgrimage to North Vietnam. We have done our part: we wrote "Aid and Comfort," we've gotten it published, and we've done as much as we can (e.g., www.hanoijane.net) to publicize its existence. IF THIS BOOK IS TO REACH A WIDE AUDIENCE, THE REST IS UP TO LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE.
HENRY MARK HOLZER,
Professor Emeritus (Brooklyn Law School)
Lawyer-Novelist (Eye for an Eye)
Diogenesis, thanks for the pics! Hanoi Jane has company...blech.