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The Vietnam War took the lives of more than 58,000 Americans and more than one million Vietnamese. Four American presidents tried to end the conflict.
The lessons they learned echo today as the United States debates what to do in Iraq. Sneak up to the front lines with a Willmar soldier's audio diary and slip into the Oval Office to hear U.S. presidents tackle the issues in one-on-one conversations.
SHOW: American RadioWorks | Length: 54:01 | Audio Format: MP3
Dan Kleven of Willmar, Minn., spent 11 months in combat in Vietnam in 1970. He recorded his thoughts on cassette tapes in the field, and sent them back to his family...