Political Legacy of Vietnam and Gulf War
Adrian Cronauer, a former radio broadcaster in Vietnam and the subject of the movie, “Good Morning, Vietnam,” discussed his… read more
Adrian Cronauer, a former radio broadcaster in Vietnam and the subject of the movie, “Good Morning, Vietnam,” discussed his experiences in Vietnam in remarks made during a forum on the political legacy of the Vietnam and Persian Gulf Wars sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania. He discussed the issues of military censorship and news coverage of the Vietnam War, and political responsibility in American elected officials. Mr. Cronauer responded to questions from the audience following his remarks. close
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