Conduct to the Prejudice of Good Order offers a glimpse of the chaotic conditions around "Bien Hoa Airbase" during the last years of the war. Bill Blake encounters fragging,
racism and heroin addiction while defending solders in court-martial trials as a fiery young Army lawyer. Much like the soldiers he defends, Blake finds himself in conflict with his superior officers. The story of a drafted civilian attorney serving as an Army lawyer in Vietnam's last days this book gives the audience a unique perspective. Captain Blake's experiences accentuate many of the troublesome aspects of the war, including the draft, authority of Commanding Generals, domestic demand for troop withdrawal and in the end, the use of heroin as a weapon against the occupying American troops. If you were in Vietnam you will remember. If you weren't, here's your chance.
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