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"A remarkable document," The Los Angeles Times.

"An extraordinary statement," The Wall Street Journal.

"A haunting revelation of one man's uncertain and contradictory reactions to the Vietnam War," Time.

"A masterpiece of horror literature," Cosmopolitan.

"Calley emerges as the Everyman of the Vietnam conflict," The Louisville Courier-Journal.

"It is completely appalling.  It is astounding," Best Sellers.

"Worst of all, one cannot locate the exact moment when one can be absolutely certain that one would have acted differently," Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in The New York Times.

"A fascinating book.  You feel like running out, buying ten more, and sending them to friends," The Minneapolis Tribune.

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