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BLK 8 if you could finish up the works consulted and do annotations for each one that woudl be good. a sentence or two is enough for the annotation

"The Devastating Ecological Effects of the Vietnam War." Teen Ink. Teen Ink. 30 Apr. 2007 http://teenink.com/Past/2003/February/Environment/TheDevastating.html>.
This source provided an insightful summary on the ecological effects of the Vietnam War.

Alexander, Paul. "Agent Orange Effects Still Being Felt 25 Years After End of Vietnam War." The Associated Press. 2000. 30 Apr. 2007 http://www.commondreams.org/headlines042300-01.htm
This source showed how Agent Orange and other chemicals used during Vietnam still affect civilians today.

Bowman, Karlyn. "How Patient Will Americans Be if U.S. Casualties Rise?" American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. 2005. 1 May 2007 http://www.aei.org/publications/publD.13249,filter.all/pub_detail.asp.

Cassutto, George, "The Effects of the Vietnam War." Cyberlearning World. 1 May 2007 http://www.cyberlearning-world.com/nhhs/html3/vet.htm.
Cohen, Jeff. "The Myth of the Media's Role in Vietnam." Fair. 30 Apr. 2007
     <http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=2526>.
 
I used this sight as a basis and starting point for my section.
 
"The Devastating Ecological Effects of the Vietnam War." __Teen Ink.__ Teen Ink. 30 Apr. 2007 [[http://teenink.com/Past/2003/February/Environment/TheDevastating.html%3E.|http://teenink.com/Past/2003/February/Environment/TheDevastating.html>.]]
This source provided an insightful summary on the ecological effects of the Vietnam War.
 
"The Fall of Saigon." __Web Currents__. 2 May 2007 [[http://www.learnersonline.com/     weekly/archive2K/week16/|http://www.learnersonline.com/]]
     weekly/archive2K/week16/.
 
 Grossman, Dave. Psychological Effects of Combat. Academic Press. 30 Apr. 2007
http://www.killology.com/print/print_psychological.html
__Spartacus Educational__. 2 May 2007 <http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/
VNtet.htm>.
This had some good statistics that were used to strengthen my section.
 
 
 
 
 
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