Foreign Policy recommends: Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History.
On our latest episode of Foreign Policy Playlist, we feature Revisionist History, a podcast hosted by the New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell. Gladwell tells the story of a Pentagon program to interview hundreds of North Vietnamese soldiers during the war.
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