When Manny Garcia returned from Vietnam in 1968, the young Mexican-American soldier had won a chestful of medals and the prestigious Purple Heart. But he'd become so disillusioned that he let the government know just how he was feeling -- by driving straight from Fort Bragg to the White House and chucking the whole lot of awards over the fence. "The Vietnam war lacked honor. It was a lie. That's why I threw all of that crap away,"... More >>>