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Vietnam Veterans of America's Muller on Vietnam and U.S. Culture

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Commentator Bobby Muller, who co-founded Vietnam Veterans of America with John Kerry, offers his views on why the Vietnam War remains such a factor in U.S. culture and politics. Muller's commentary is a counterpoint to Tuesday's remarks on the same subject by former Secretary of the Navy James Webb.

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