Wulf Zendik wrote Don’t Go, a moving and graphic anti-war tale, in 1969 during the Vietnam War. When it was first released, it was published in newspaper form by both the Los Angeles Free Press and the London International Times. Arol also published Don't Go as a booklet, which was distributed nationally by Doubleday Press. In New York City, radio stations played readings of it over the air on Moratorium Day, with the Doors’ "The End" behind it.
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The people who are sending our troops to war are COWARDS and are getting rich from there blood.