CANNON BALL, N.D. - U.S. veterans, thousands of whom this month helped stop for now a contested oil pipeline through North Dakota, could become important partners of activists on the environment, the economy, race and other issues that divide Americans.
Several academics said the effort to support the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and others opposed to the interstate pipeline project was likely the biggest gathering of its kind of former military personnel since the early 1970s when veterans marched against the Vietnam War.
That so many veterans mobilized in less than two weeks to rural North...
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