The Vietnam War and being on the “wrong side” of HIS_Story

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Let me tell you, it ain’t easy being an American lately. So far, it has been a year of headlines. First, the fallen Confederate statues spurred protests and the senseless killings in Charlottesville. Then, Harvey and Irma came for an unwelcomed visit. Puerto Rico didn’t get a chance to meet the President, then the massacre in Las Vegas took place. Amid all that, a television event, rolled…

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