50 years after my military service, a sea change on veterans and war
from USA Today
Thomas DeFrank writes: "I started as a summer intern in Newsweek's Washington bureau in June of 1968. I was to work there briefly before reporting for Army duty at the Pentagon in the fall. Like many a visitor to the nation's capital expecting only a brief tenure, I stayed. Fifty years later, the drama and turmoil of that memorable year remain etched into my memory. By any measure, 1968 was an epic year in the American experience, defined by twin traumas of war and racial unrest."
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