'China Beach' Gets the War Almost Right HUGH PATRICK BROWN, The writer was an infantry platoon leader and company commander in Vietnam with the 1st Infantry Division in 1969-70. He now is a photojournalist with Time-Life in New York.
Guatemala Democracy Is an Army in Disguise Ken Anderson and Jean-Marie Simon, Ken Anderson worked in human rights during 1987 in Guatemala; Jean-Marie Simon is the author of "Guatemala: Eternal Spring--Eternal Tyranny" (Norton, 1988). Their article is adapted from an essay in Telos, a journal of social theory
Young, Black, in Critical Condition Jewelle Taylor Gibbs, Jewelle Taylor Gibbs, associate professor at the School of Social Welfare, UC Berkeley, is the editor and major contributor to "Young, Black, and Male in America: An Endangered Species" (Auburn House); arguments in this article are drawn from that book