Years of Renewal
Henry Kissinger is the author of numerous books, including Diplomacy with the most recent being Years of Renewal, both published by Simon and Schuster.
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger talked about his career from the final days of the Nixon Administration through the Ford Administration. He also talked about the extrication from Vietnam and relates details about American leaders during the Vietnam War. After his remarks, he answered questions from the audience.
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Henry A. Kissinger Secretary (Former) Department of State
John H. Taylor Executive Director Nixon (Richard) Foundation
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