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Shows featuring Jonathan Moore

  • Vietnamese Delegation in U.S. to Sue Chemical Companies for Ongoing Effects of Agent Orange Aorange
    U.S. warplanes dumped about 18 million gallons of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. The Vietnamese government says this has left more than three million people disabled. We speak with two Vietnamese Agent Orange victims and their lawyers about how the toxin has affected their lives and why they’re suing over three dozen U.S. chemical companies who manufactured it. [includes rush...
    June 22, 2007 | Story