The Vietnam war was always a backdrop for the revolution of the 60s. No war before or since has galvanized a youth culture like the Vietnam conflict did. Maybe it was because the draft was a very real possibility for thousands of young men. Nothing like the prospect of going to Vietnam and getting shot, to bring out your anti-war feelings. 40 years ago this Sunday, Jane Fonda, the actress, touched down in Hanoi on a Soviet plane on an invitation fronm the North Vietnamese government. She reported on the bombing of that country, met with the people, posed for pictures with the army and generally criticize the American war effort. Jane was not a kid when she did this, she was a 34 year old woman who sympathized with the North Vietnam and their people. Her intentions may have been honorable, but the photos that came out of her visit enraged americans, already torn apart by this war..She got the name "Hanoi Jane" and was branded by many as a traitor. Years late Jane apologized for the pictures of her posing with N. Vietnam troops at an anti aircraft site. Many of us here at home felt the Vietnam war was a tragic waste, but the sight of Jane with the "enemy" really unnerved a lot of people. 40 years ago,July 7th, 1972.