The Vietnam War is a conflict that remains unresolved with the American people. Although the United States military presence there ended, its reasons for going, for staying as long as it did, and even for pulling out remain controversial even today. In A Community and Country Divided the soldiers who served during the conflict share their experiences. As they remember their involvement some share anger and regret, others share pride and patriotism. Voices and opinions from each military branch capture the tension that continues to surround the Vietnam conflict. High school students in Ronan, Montana interviewed these veterans and used the information they gathered to write the stories included.