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Chuck Morse is joined by Nation Magazine contributor George Black, author of the column "The Lethal Legacy of the Vietnam War" in a discussion about the environmental as well as the political consequences of the Vietnam War. Chuck controversially argues that America won the war in 1973 after the signing of the Paris Peace Accord. He argues that this was followed 2 years later by the selling out of South Vietnam by Democrats in a newly elected post-Watergate Congress led by Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy which cut off all aid. This was predictably followed by a full-scale Soviet backed invasion and conquest of South Vietnam by the North Vietnamese which led to the leftist Cambodian Holocaust and hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese boat people. Article:


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