The Story of Vietnam's 'Perfect Spy' Larry Berman's new book, Perfect Spy, tells the true story of reporter Pham Xuan An. He was a Time magazine reporter who also worked as a secret agent for the Communist Party in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
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The Story of Vietnam's 'Perfect Spy'

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The Story of Vietnam's 'Perfect Spy'

The Story of Vietnam's 'Perfect Spy'

The Story of Vietnam's 'Perfect Spy'

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Larry Berman's new book, Perfect Spy, tells the true story of reporter Pham Xuan An. He was a Time magazine reporter who also worked as a secret agent for the Communist Party in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Berman speaks with Scott Simon.

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