[Editor’s note: This is in response to Timothy Parker’s letter of Jan. 15.]
Thank you, Mr. Parker, for your commentary on my article, “Ms. Willis’ socialism column nonfactual.” However, you are mistaken when you qualify my article as “nonfactual” on a couple of fronts.
1. The most glaring mistake you make is failing to recognize that my account is from the perspective of someone who was actually there in Vietnam during the post-Vietnam War period.
Any historian will tell you that first-hand accounts are the most valued sources of research when seeking to understand an event. Read More»