Advisory Committee on Health-Related Effects of Herbicides. Transcript of Proceedings, June 11, 1979. A hearing, the exact nature of which is not clear to me, before the Veterans Administration. The text has been placed on-line in the Virtual Vietnam Archive of the Vietnam Project at Texas Tech University, in three parts: pp. 1-49, pp. 50-99, pp. 100-143.
Arthur Egendorf et. al., Legacies of Vietnam: Comparative Adjustment
of Veterans and their Peers. Washington: GPO, 1981. xlix, 900 pp. This
study was commissioned by the Veterans Administration, and conducted by
the Center for Policy Research, of New York. It compares Vietnam veterans
with Vietnam-era veterans and with non-veterans of the same generation.
Y 4.V 64/3:V 67/5
Myths and Realities: A Study of Attitudes toward Vietnam Era Veterans.
Submitted by the Veterans' Administration to the Committee on Veterans's
Affairs, United States Senate. Washington: GPO, 1980. xlviii,
481 pp. Based on interviews with 2,464 Vietnam Era veterans, and
more than 4,000 employers, teachers, and members of the general public.
Y 4.V 64/4:V 67/10
Ronald D. Hood, Cacodylic Acid: Agricultural Uses, Biologic Effects,
and Environmental Fate. Washington: Veterans' Administration, 1985.
vi, 164, 7 pp. (Cacodylic acid was the active ingredient of Agent Blue,
the herbicide that the U.S. usually used for crop destruction missions
VA 1.48:AC 4
T.L. Lavy, Human Exposure to Phenoxy Herbicides. Washington:
Veterans' Administration, 1987. x, 128 pp. (Agent Orange was a phenoxy
VA 1.48:P 52
Review of Literature on Herbicides, Including Phenoxy Herbicides
and Associated Dioxins. Washington: Veterans' Administration, 1981-1992.
20 vols. In some cases what are nominally two consecutive volumes are together
in a single physical volume.
VA 1.20/2:H 41/v.1-20
Synopsis of Scientific Literature on Phenoxy Herbicides and Associated
Dioxins. Washington: Veterans' Administration, 1985-1991. A series
of eight short pamphlets, summarizing in lay language the information in
the preceding item. No. 1 summarized vols. I-IV, and No. 8 summarized vols
XVII-XVIII, of Review of Literature . . . The text of
published in August 1991, 13 pages long, has been placed on-line in
the Virtual Vietnam Archive of the Vietnam Project at Texas Tech University.
VA 1.20/2:H 41/syn.no.1-8
Agent Orange Review. Washington: Veterans' Administration, 1982-1997.
A very short newsletter. SuDoc numbers end with volume number and issue
number. The February 1997 issue, the 26th since publication began, was
vol. 13, no. 1, and was:
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