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Vietnam Non-Vet Guilt

Writing in the Washington Post, Henry Allen notes a strange phenomenon among well-educated, rich American men: the need to explain why they didn’t serve in the Vietnam War whenver they meet a Vietnam vet. Some go a step further and say they were there when they weren’t – which leads to embarrassment when they are caught out claiming to have been a part of a Marine Corps that doesn’t exist. Read more.


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