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Audio Excerpts: Woodward Interviews McNamara
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Audio Excerpts: Woodward Interviews McNamara

In this interview from August 7, 2007, The Post's Bob Woodward interviews former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara about his doubts about Vietnam. (Audio courtesy Bob Woodward)

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Article | Robert McNamara, the former secretary of defense and an architect of the Vietnam War, said it all could have been different if McGeorge Bundy, President Lyndon Johnson's national security adviser, had not resigned from the White House in early 1966.

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