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Few events in American history have been as divisive as the war in Vietnam. Over three decades later, the nation is still haunted by the questions it raises.

When is it right to go to war? Did the U.S. government pursue the right policies in Vietnam? How does a nation assess its losses? Is it unpatriotic to question a war?

Two Days in October presents the thoughts of people who were involved in fighting the war, or in protesting it.

Whether or not you were involved at the time, what are your views?

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