Fred A. Wilcox
Author of "Waiting for the Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange"
Wilcox is the author of Waiting for An Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange.
He has taught courses on the Vietnam War for the past twenty-five years, has published articles about and given numerous talks on the Vietnam War. He researched and wrote one chapter of a national curriculum, The Lessons of the Vietnam War (Center For Social Studies Education 1991). He has spent his entire adult life writing and teaching about war and nonviolence, and continues to teach, write, and speak about the necessity to build schools rather than bombs, to spend billions on health care rather than atomic submarines, and to create peace, rather than violence and war, in the world. His most recent book is entitled Scorched Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam.