Fog of war

November 2005
Christian Century;11/29/2005, Vol. 122 Issue 24, p7
The article presents statistics related to the Vietnam War and the Iraq War. It is revealed that there are 63 journalists killed during the 20 years of the Vietnam War. There are 71 journalists killed in Iraq from March 2003 to September 2005. It took 3.5 years after the start of the Vietnam War for a majority of U.S. people to conclude that it was a mistake.


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