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Peace with Honor 

Traumatized by Vietnam on both the political left and right, the U.S. withdraws troops and tries to deal with a polarizing, unpopular war's aftermath.
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Frank Blair Frank Blair ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage)
David Brinkley ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage)
Tom Brokaw ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage)
Hilary Brown ... Herself - ABC News (archive footage)
Pat Buchanan ... Himself - Senior Advisor to Pres. Nixon
William Calley William Calley ... Himself (archive footage)
John Chancellor ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage)
Frank Church ... Himself (archive footage)
Charles Collingwood ... Himself - CBS News (archive sound)
Walter Cronkite ... Himself - CBS News (archive footage)
Robert Dallek ... Himself - Author, 'Nixon and Kissinger'
Jeremiah Denton Jeremiah Denton ... Himself - Prisoner of War (archive footage)
Bruce Dunning Bruce Dunning ... Himself - CBS News (archive sound)
Daniel Ellsberg ... Himself - United States Military Analyst (archive footage)
Gerald Ford ... Himself (archive footage)
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Traumatized by Vietnam on both the political left and right, the U.S. withdraws troops and tries to deal with a polarizing, unpopular war's aftermath.

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25 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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The end can't come soon enough
11 March 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

The presentation of 'Peace with Honor' is nice, but it's the subject matter that really proves dreary. It's a good episode and really shows the Vietnam war from a big picture standpoint - and just as previously, archival news footage is put to great use here and shades in the negative spaces left by the talking heads. But this makes it ever so clear why the '70s were such a dispiriting time for this country; the catastrophes of both Vietnam and Watergate just seemed to attack at the same time.

It's a good piece on the matter, even if that story leaves an acrid taste.

7/10


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