contacts for further details
Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
New York, New York
(212) 643-6816 x 271
Dick Pirozzolo and Gov. MIchael Dukakis Harvard Faculty Club Author's Talk
News about Escape from Saigon
During the Vietnam War, the United States sprayed some 20 million gallons of the defoliant known as Agent Orange over South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Nearly four million people were exposed to the chemical, which the government claimed was non-toxic.
The government was wrong: Fifty years later, approximately one million people in Asia and the United States suffer from a range of disorders, including multiple forms of cancer, that have been linked to Agent Orange exposure.
I recently had the chance to speak with two veterans, Mike Morris and Dick Pirozzolo, who were exposed to Agent Orange and later suffered from related maladies.
Here is their story
Clay Risen, Deputy Opinion Editor
The New York Times