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  • War Correspondents Reunion Vietnam Part 1
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    War Correspondents Reunion: Vietnam Part 1

    Former war correspondents talked about their experiences during the Vietnam war from the early 1960s to the pullout of U.S. troops in 1972. No Greater Love holds an annual remembrance for…

    662 views
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial Anniversary
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    Vietnam Veterans Memorial Anniversary

    Officials, veterans and family members spoke at a ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. They paid tribute to those who sacrificed and served the country as visitors…

    433 views
  • emParis in the Fiftiesem
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    Paris in the Fifties

    Stanley Karnow talked about his life as a reporter in Paris during the 1950s and the political, cultural and social issues of the time there. He was a correspondent for TIME during that period and…

    183 views
  • emVietnam A Historyem
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    Vietnam: A History

    Mr. Karnow talked about his book, Vietnam: A History, published by Penguin USA. The author was in Vietnam as a correspondent for TIME magazine when the first two American military advisers were…

    519 views
  • The Twentieth Century
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    The Twentieth Century

    The panelists discussed the nature of the last 100 years and whether the “American century” of U.S. prominence has ended. The panelists took questions from the audience after the discussion…

    80 views
  • emThe Writing Lifeem
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    The Writing Life

    Ms. Arana moderated a discussion on writing and the creative process. She is the editor of the book The Writing Life: Writers on How They Think and Work: A Collection from the Washington Post Book World,…

    177 views
  • 1968 and the Vietnam War
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    1968 and the Vietnam War

    Panelists reflected on 1968 and the Vietnam war. They discussed the idea that media reporting directly affected the public opinion toward the Vietnam War.

    296 views
  • The Role of the Press During War
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    The Role of the Press During War

    Participants talked about media participation in wartime activities, reporting on military campaigns, and the lessons learned for coverage of past wars. Among the issues they addressed were…

    94 views
  • Vietnam Veteran Memorial Volunteers
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    Vietnam Veteran Memorial Volunteers

    Forum participants talked about the importance of volunteers in the creation and funding of the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial.

    42 views
  • Political Books
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    Political Books

    Participants talked about what they are currently reading and writing and reflecting on writing as a profession. They also took questions from the audience.

    998 views
  • Vietnam Today
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    Vietnam Today

    Participants discussed the legacy of the Vietnam war, especially how it continues to affect U.S.-Vietnam relations. They examined how the United States should delicately handle establishing…

    137 views
  • Washington Monday Journal
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    Washington Monday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and electronic…

    59 views
  • emIn Our Imageem
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    In Our Image

    Stanley Karnow, author of In Our Image: America’s Empire in the Philippines, traces America’s colonial experience in the Philippines. Beginning with the U.S. victory over the Spanish at Manila in 1898,…

    1,652 views
  • Vietnam Legacy
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    Vietnam Legacy

    Stanley Karnow discussed the history of Viet Nam and how America became involved in the country. He answered questions from the audience.

    12 views