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Among the Missing2000

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Vietnam is often called “the war that won’t go away”, largely because of the continuing controversy of the POW/MIA (Prisoners of War/Missing in Action) issue. Families of those who were POW/MIA in Vietnam organized an activist movement which went on to pursue a question which still haunts America nearly decades later: were soldiers left behind in captivity after the Vietnam War? Once the exclusive domain of a select fraternity of soldiers’ wives, the POW/MIA movement has become both a fixture of American life and a distinct subculture within it.

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