Don Luce: Activist Who Helped End the Vietnam War

From a New York Times obit by Seth Mydans headlined “Don Luce, Activist Who Helped End the Vietnam War, Dies at 88”:

BANGKOK — Don Luce, a persistent opponent of the Vietnam War whose activism led the last American ambassador to South Vietnam to call him one of the principal reasons the United States lost the war, died in Niagara Falls, N.Y. His death was confirmed by his husband and sole survivor, Mark Bonacci.

Mr. Luce, a civilian aid worker, was best known for exposing the existence of “tiger cages,” where the South Vietnamese government imprisoned and tortured its opponents and critics in cramped cells.