Although more than forty years have passed since its official end, the Vietnam War continues to occupy a prominent place in the collective American psyche. The word “Vietnam” exists as a kind of shorthand, regularly invoked to stand in for a whole range of lessons, moral platitudes, and political opinions. Despite its dominant place in public discourse, though, the ...
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