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Vietnam: The Secret Agent - New Day Films - History - Law and Criminal Justice





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Uploaded on Aug 14, 2010

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As soldiers return from new wars plagued by illness, disability and post-traumatic stress, as citizens question leaders’ decisions, as fresh environmental catastrophes evoke debate about accountability; it is critical to illuminate struggles and lessons from the past. Every issue raised in this film resonates in today’s classroom.

The many DVD extras include witnesses to the environmental effects in Vietnam, legal and veterans' perspectives today, artists' responses to the legacy of Agent Orange and more.

Chemical warfare, Dow Chemical, herbicides, toxic waste, and Vietnam vets exposed to Agent Orange/dioxin who seek treatment for their children, are the subjects of this gripping Vietnam war documentary. As soldiers return from wars with illness, as environmental disasters evoke debate about corporate accountability, as government leadership fails, this film's history lesson is essential. New DVD extras: Agent Orange timeline to 2010, aftermath of the largest class action settlement, witnesses in Vietnam, and more.

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