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    Lieutenant Dangerous

    Political cartoonist Jeff Danzinger recalled his time serving in the Vietnam War. This was a virtual event hosted by the Norwich Bookstore in Norwich, Vermont.

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    Strong at the Broken Places

    Senator Max Cleland talked about his autobiography Strong at the Broken Places, published by Longstreet Press. This is a new, updated edition of a memoir he wrote in 1980, describing his…

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    Battle Green Vietnam

    SUNY professor Elise Lemire looked at the anti-war protest by the New England chapter of Vietnam Veterans Against the War over the 1971 Memorial Day weekend. The event resulted in the…

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    You Don't Belong Here

    Journalist Elizabeth Becker recalled the work of three women who were war reporters in Vietnam. This was a virtual event hosted by Columbia University.

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    Secrets

    Daniel Ellsberg talked about his book, Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers, published by Viking Press. Mr. Ellsberg was a Defense Department analyst in 1971 when he…

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    War Torn

    The contributors to War Torn: Stories of War from the Women Reporters Who Covered Vietnam, published by Random House, discussed their collection of essays. The women, who worked for various…

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    What Remains

    George Washington University’s Sarah Wagner talked about the search for the remains of American soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War and are unaccounted for and presumed dead. This…

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    They Marched Into Sunlight, Part 1

    David Maraniss was interviewed about his book, They Marched Into Sunlight, published by Simon and Schuster. The book tells the story of two events in October 1967. One event was a battle in…

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    67 Shots

    Howard Means talked about his book 67 Shots: Kent State and the End of American Innocence, in which he recalls the National Guard’s shooting of students at Kent State University on May 4,…

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    Waging Peace in Vietnam

    The editors of the book Waging Peace in Vietnam talked about U.S. soldiers and veterans who opposed the Vietnam War.

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    "We Shot the War" Exhibit

    Author Lisa Nguyen showcased the ‘We Shot the War’ exhibit at Stanford University and highlighted the contributions and photos of Overseas Weekly, an eccentric newspaper that covered the Vietnam War.…

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    Zero to Hero

    Medal of Honor recipient Allen Lynch talked about his book, Zero to Hero: From Bullied Kid to Warrior, on growing up in Chicago and serving in the Vietnam War.

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    Vietnam

    Military historian Max Hastings provided a history of the Vietnam War.

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    Reckless

    Vassar College history and international relations Professor Robert Brigham provided a critical look at Henry Kissinger’s foreign policy initiatives during the Vietnam War.

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    We Few

    Nick Brokhausen remembered his time in the Vietnam War as a member of a recon company that advanced into North Vietnamese controlled parts of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

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    Open Phones with Max Boot

    Historian Max Boot took viewer phone calls and tweets on the Vietnam War at the 10th annual Tucson Festival of Books.

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    Panel Discussion on the Vietnam War

    A discussion on the Vietnam War from the 10th annual Tucson Festival of Books that featured Max Boot, The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam; Gregory Daddis,…

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    The Road Not Taken

    Military historian Max Boot examined the impact that CIA officer Edward Lansdale had on American foreign policy and counterinsurgency tactics during the Vietnam War and in later military…

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    Chuck and Tom Hagel on the Vietnam War

    Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and his brother, Tom, served side by side during the Vietnam War. Lieutenant General Daniel Bolger interviewed the two brothers, who are the focus of…

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    This Time We Win

    Washington Times senior editorial writer James Robbins argues that the Tet Offensive was actually a failure for the North Vietnamese and that the U.S. media and left-wing academics created…

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