Tell U.S. to Pay Reparations It Promised Vietnam


From the early 1960s until 1973, the United States waged a war on Vietnam that left approximately 3.8 million people dead, 5.3 million civilians wounded, 11 million civilians made refugees (most by design), and 4.8 million civilians sprayed with toxic defoliants like Agent Orange -- which still causes birth defects and deaths today in a land whose natural environment has not recovered.

U.S. President Richard Nixon promised reparations that have never come.

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Background:
> Washington Post: Nixon Note on Aid to Hanoi Disclosed
> Nick Turse, The Intercept: The Ken Burns Vietnam War Documentary Glosses Over Devastating Civilian Toll