Title of query (for real - not kidding): "Why is Laddie Crying? - A day at the naplam bomb plant"
"This is a drama about a real event with real people. It centers on a three-month protest vigil at a napalm bomb plant with the story compressed into two days. The story is up-to-date with the main character learning that napalm has been used in the current U.S./Iraq war. This takes him back to the late 60s and the story line at the napalm plant and all the characters and the strange, sometimes heroic, sometimes humerous, and often sad events. The story ends back in 2005 with a dialogue on how little has changed. There is a connection with the community peace organization running the vigil and Stanford University. Characters range from professsors to a one-man demonstration psychiatrist, to revolutionaries, to students, professional people, workers, senior citizens, and right wingers. Author is president of an international peace organization and former senior engineer/manager in Silicon Valley."