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Paul Daley '63, James Huse, Jr. '65, Paul McNellis, SJ, Ph.D.'93, Larry Rawson '63, and Seth Jacobs
 

Experiencing Vietnam

Paul Daley '63, James Huse, Jr. '65, Paul McNellis, SJ, Ph.D.'93, Larry Rawson '63, and Seth Jacobs

The winter 2014 Boston College Magazine article about John Fitzgibbons ’67, who was killed in action in Vietnam, brought unprecedented reader response and gave impetus to this program. A panel of four Boston College alumni veterans (Paul Daley '63, James Huse, Jr. ’65, Paul McNellis, S.J., Ph.D.’93, and Lawrence (Larry) Rawson ’63) reflect on their war experiences and the impact those experiences have had on their outlooks and lives. Seth Jacobs, history professor and author of books and articles on the Vietnam War, moderates the discussion.



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