John Brown made his name in the 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry. Was he America's first terrorist?
During World War II, two American Army Force pilots were court-martialed for offending the Soviet Union.
Scholar and war correspondent Bernard Fall ran afoul of the State Department when he disagreed on U.S. strategies in Vietnam.
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