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American military forces left Vietnam in 1973, but the War’s legacy has never ended for Vietnamese civilians and families. Unexploded bombs and the lasting effects of Agent Orange continue to kill, maim and ravage entire generations.

This largely unknown but on-going trauma has now been placed into perspective by Ariel S. Garfinkel, a Columbia University scholar in the field of international human rights. In Scofflaw, she documents the human toll of continued suffering and analyzes U.S. responsibility for post-war clean-up and reparations within the context of international conventions and treaties.

This careful and detailed analysis is one of the most convincing compilations of evidence that the U.S. largely overlooked its obligations for the clean-up of its unexploded bombs and chemicals.

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