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Inside Story: Uncounted Enemy, Unproven Conspiracy #912544

PBS Special for Monday, Feb 28, 1983

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  • PBS news special report looking at the veracity of the CBS news documentary "The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception," and the debate surrounding its January, 23, 1982 presentation, hosted by Hodding Carter III.
  • Taped footage of interviews with Ambassador Robert Komer, George Carver, CBS News President Van Gordon Sauter, Dan Burt, George Crile, General Joseph McChristian, General William Westmoreland, General Phillip Davidson, Lieutenant Richard McArthur, Colonel Gains Hawkins, General George Godding, Otis Pike, Walt Rostow, George Allen, and Sam Adams.
  • Taped footage of statements and/or speeches from Mike Wallace, General William Westmoreland, and Colonel Gains Hawkins.
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