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Vietnam duality challenges Kerry

War emphasis grows thornier

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / September 6, 2004

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John F. Kerry had a choice to make about Vietnam. It was 2002 and the historian Douglas Brinkley was on the top floor of Kerry's Boston townhouse, leafing through his Vietnam War diaries. The senator paced nearby. Brinkley had first approached Kerry to talk to him for a book on veterans-turned-senators but became intrigued by the idea of using this ... (Full Article: 2704 Words)

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