Lane, Charles
October 1995
New Republic;10/16/95, Vol. 213 Issue 16, p20
Focuses on the experiences and views of retired U.S. Army General Colin Powell as a soldier. Views of Powell on the war in Vietnam; Remarks on the massacre of civilians by U.S. troops at My Lai, Vietnam; Contributions of Powell to the U.S. Armed Forces; Issues discussed by Powell in his memoir "My American Journey."


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