An interview with New York Times reporter Gloria Emerson, who relates her experiences in Vietnam from February 1970 to February 1972. She explains her reasons for wanting to be in Vietnam, notes that most of the American troops were working-class boys and men, and states that the anti-draft movement should have tried to influence them. The interviewer is Nick Egleson. Produced by Alex Munsell for WBAI. Contains sensitive language. A truncated version of BC0957.
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