David Ferriero: NARA rolls out Vietnam War exhibit

The Vietnam War may be receding from vivid memory to history, but it’s not quite there yet. Now the National Archives and Records Administration has hung a Vietnam War exhibit at its main building in downtown D.C. Archivist David Ferriero, a Vietnam vet, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin with all the details.

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