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Graham Shelby and his wife are both the children of Vietnam veterans. They visited the country in 1995, unsure of how they would be recieved. Shelby describes the visit. This piece originally aired as a commentary on KUT-FM.
This piece originally aired as a commentary on KUT-FM.
Timing and Cues