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Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian Frances Fitzgerald Speaks On the History and Fantasy Ofnational Missile Defense

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This week in New York the City University of New York hosted a major conference on weapons of mass destruction in thewake of the September 11 attacks. Among the speakers was Frances Fitzgerald.

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  • Frances Fitzgerald, journalist and historian, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning ??Fire In the Lake:The Vietnamese and the Americans in Vietnam, and ??Way Out There in the Blue: Reagan, Star Wars, and the End ofthe Cold War.

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