Our Vietnam: The War, 1954-1975
Professor Langguth spoke about his book Our Vietnam: The War, 1954-1975, published by Simon and Schuster. Professor Langguth’s book examines three main areas over this 20 year period: 1) American presidential decision-making in Vietnam, 2) the different Vietnamese leaders who rose and fell during this time, and 3) the role of the press in covering the Vietnam War. close
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A.J. "Jack" Langguth Bureau Chief (Former) New York Times->Saigon
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