First published in 1971, Vietnam Inc. played a crucial part in changing public attitudes in the United States, turning the tide of opinion and ultimately helping to put an end to the Vietnam War. Philip Jones Griffiths' classic account of the war was the outcome of three years of intensive reporting and is one of the most detailed surveys of any conflict in twentieth-century history. Showing us the true horrors of the war as well as a study of Vietnamese rural life, the photographer and author creates a compelling argument against the de-humanizing power of the modern war machine and American imperialism. Rare and highly sought-after, Vietnam Inc. became one of the enduring classics of photojournalism. It is now available in this new edition - a careful re-creation of the original with Philip Jones Griffiths' personal layouts and commentaries. A new foreword by US and political critic Noam Chomsky traces the book's impact on American public opinion.
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Highly influential, master photojournalist Philip Jones Griffiths (b.1936) is also a writer and film-maker. His photographs have appeared in every major magazine in the world and his assignments have led him to all five continents. He became a member of Magnum in 1971.Noam Chomsky is one of America's most prominent linguists and political critics. A renowned Professor of Linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he has written over 30 political books.Review:
'Few photo books can claim the social and historic importance of Vietnam Inc.' (Book Forum) "The greatest description of war since Goya', raved Henri Cartier-Bresson ... Thirty years on, Vietnam Inc. is still a classic ... essential to anyone interested in Vietnam's history, America, photography or war.' (Far Eastern Economic Review)
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Descripción Phaidon Press, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110714841528
Descripción Phaidon Press, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0714841528