Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace
Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace (BEM) was an organization opposed to the Vietnam War.
In September 1967 a group of nearly one thousand businessmen formed a national committee opposing United States participation in the Vietnam War. Henry E. Niles, board chairman of Baltimore Life Insurance Company, founded the national group.
Although a non-partisan group, BEM voted to endorse all candidates supporting an end to the Vietnam War. The group became inactive after the war.