Politics & Government

July 6, 2009 12:04 AM

Vietnam War's architect couldn't escape its shadow

Robert S. McNamara will be remembered most as a man who was instrumental in sending hundreds of thousands of Americans to fight in Vietnam, and who was haunted by his decision for the rest of his life. McNamara, who was defense secretary under presidents Kennedy and Johnson, died in Washington Monday at age 93.

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