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Here's a great clip for the day. A documentary about a man recounting the lessons he has learned as president of Ford, secretary of defense during Vietnam, and president of the world bank for several years. Not to mention he was the mastermind involved in world war two's bombing of Japan.
There aren't many subjects that fascinate me more than the time period going into the Vietnam war, the 60's, and just the utter confusion and vibrancy of a world at such a turning point before technology. I watched this documentary a few years ago and was blown away, but seeing it again tonight has taught me a lot. In many ways now 50 years later many of the people who experienced this period as youth or adults are getting old if not passed away and people today are bound to repeat the same type of history because they have no reference point.