Bruce Herschensohn is author of “American Amnesia: How U.S. Congress Forced the Surrenders of Vietnam and Cambodia.”
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Today marks the 43rd anniversary of the signing of the Paris Peace Accords, which ended U.S. combat operations in Indochina. Joining us to discuss this topic is Bruce Herschensohn, former director of Motion Picture and Television at the U.S. Information Agency and staff assistant to President Nixon. He’s the author of “An American Amnesia: How U.S. Congress Forces the Surrenders of Vietnam and Cambodia” and is currently a senior fellow at the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy.