Robert McNamara died early this Monday morning. McNamara served as Secretary of Defense during the Vietnam War under both Presidents Johnson and Kennedy from 1961 to 1968. McNamara later admitted tearfully that America's pursuit of the Vietnam War had been "terribly wrong." Joining The Takeaway to discuss the man and his legacy is Larry Korb, a former Assistant Secretary of Defense, who has known McNamara for over two decades.
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