Ideology Shifts Among Calif. Vietnamese Immigrants

When political refugees fled Vietnam after the war in the 1970s, thousands settled in a part of Orange County, Calif., now known as Little Saigon. The community of more than 140,000 residents is known for strong feelings against communism. But the prevailing ideology is changing. NPR's Mandalit del Barco reports.

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