The Men We Left Behind: Henry Kissinger, the Politics of Deceit and the Tragic Fate of Pows After the Vietnam War

The omnipresence of black flags featuring the bowed head of an American prisoner of war, which fly in front of most public buildings throughout the United States, and the high-profile coverage of POWs in the Persian Gulf War speak volumes about the emotional hold of the POW/MIA issue in this country. Sauter and Sanders, both investigative reporters, are most assuredly not unbiased observers of the White House and Pentagon’s handling of the MIAs. 

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