(BookSurge Publishing) Nothing Personal is the true account of Neuwirth’s years working for a controversial defense department organization — the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), located on Princeton University property — during the Vietnam War. Even though his particular division had nothing to do with Vietnam, and Neuwirth himself opposed the war, he faced accusations of immoral behavior for his association with IDA. Neuwirth shows how his own family dealt with the anger of a divided community and of students. Neuwirth was the deputy director at IDA in its communications research division during the anti-war, anti-IDA demonstrations at Princeton. He later served as director for eight years, and worked at IDA until his retirement in 1999. He is the recipient of the Exceptional Career Service Award from the National Security Agency.