Information on the protest movements in the US and abroad, the NLF/DRV response through the Dich Van programs, relations between the New Left and Hanoi and analysis of the movement by participants. This section contains information on the domestic and international war protest movement. Topics include the New Left (Students for a Democratic Society, the 'New Mobe,' American Peace Councils, and the Committee on Non-Violent Action) as well as campus protests, teach-ins, peace marches and anti-war demonstrations. Also included are interviews with prominent anti-war figures and accounts of their trips to Hanoi. There is also information on the activities of draft resister and the provision of foreign sanctuaries for deserters. There is material on the North Vietnamese response to anti-war activities and their evaluations (Dich Van or Action Among the Enemy Program). Also included are the anti-war activities of Lord Bertrand Russell and his 'War Crimes Trials' held in Stockholm.