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This is the catalog accompanying "A Different War," a traveling exhibition organized by the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham, Washington. The art works in this well-titled exhibition collectively capture the rage, injustices, and turmoil that made Vietnam an American tragedy. Whether made by a recognized contemporary artist or by an unknown, the works--executed in various media--represent shared anger and a strongly delivered message: this war was senseless and unnecessary. Torn and jagged, the images seem to produce a visual scream announcing each artist's passionate disbelief in the war. Though the book is far from comprehensive in its look at works inspired by Vietnam, the quality of reproduction and the gathering of mostly unknown works around this theme make it recommended for academic, museum, and public libraries.- David Bryant, Belleville Lib., N.J.