1969: When Winning the Lottery Wasn’t (The Huffington Post)

Jacqueline Edelberg writes on The Huffington Post that many Americans remember December 1, 1969: It was the day the government reinstated the draft lottery for the first time since World War II.

A new memoir by Denis O’Neill ’70, Whiplash: When the Vietnam War Rolled a Hand Grenade Into the Animal House, affords “a glimpse of what it felt like to come of age at Dartmouth between the free love of Woodstock and the raging anger of Kent State,” writes Edelberg.

Read the full story, published 11/30/13 by The Huffington Post.

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