New York Times reporter discusses her experiences covering the Vietnam conflict. Gloria Emerson (1929-2004), who covered the war in Vietnam for the "New York Times" from early 1970 to early 1972, talks with Nick Egleson about her experiences and her conclusions. Ms. Emerson is the only reporter besides Pacifica's Judy Coburn to have her credentials revoked by the government of South Vietnam. They said her reports did not reflect favorably on their policies. Ms. Emerson is on leave from the Times, completing a book at Harvard. - BROADCAST: WBAI, 25 Aug. 1972.
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