Young protesters began wearing blue jeans to show a connection with the working class. It was seen as a sign of “youth and rebellion” and became a regular part of dress for anti-war protesters. People were quick to customize them.
“I left the war in September of but the war hasn’t left me.” Those words spoken by a Vietnam veteran from Anoka point out the impact the Vietnam War had on people in Anoka County. Photo Courtesy of Mike Clark, Anoka County Vietnam Veteran
Fascinating Engraved Lighters From The Vietnam War