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War Correspondent Nicholas Proffitt

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War Correspondent Nicholas Proffitt

War Correspondent Nicholas Proffitt

War Correspondent Nicholas Proffitt

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Nicholas Proffitt, who covered the Vietnam War for Newsweek magazine and wrote the book Gardens of Stone, died Nov. 10 at age 63. Gardens of Stone was later made into a film directed by Francis Ford Coppola. This interview originally aired on May 25, 1987.