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June 24, 1989 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
As a state police helicopter thumped overhead, a striking coal miner in a camouflage suit shouted, "Welcome to Vietnam!" to a newcomer arriving at Camp Solidarity, symbolic headquarters of spreading guerrilla warfare in Appalachia. Tents, campers, pickup trucks and cars dotted a sprawling field near this tiny settlement on the Clinch River in the lush green, softly rounded mountains of southwestern Virginia. Bunches of men milled around in fatigues, worn both to show solidarity and to conceal their presence.
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