To Whom It May Concern (poem)  

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To Whom It May Concern is an anti-war poem by Adrian Mitchell concerned with the opposition to the Vietnam War. Mitchell recited it live at the International Poetry Incarnation.

The poem is known by its iconic phrase: "Tell me lies about Vietnam."



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