Kissinger and Tell

Thursday, May 27, 2004 - 04:43 PM

Tomorrow’s show will feature a segment on the Henry Kissinger transcripts released this week. They cover his conversations while he was Richard Nixon’s National Security Advisor and were released over Kissinger’s objections. Among other revelations, they include an incident where Nixon was too drunk to speak to then-British PM, Edward Heath. They also depict the administration’s attempt to block photographs of victims of the My Lai massacre. Elizabeth Becker of The New York Times (and author of a book on post-war Cambodia) will dissect the 20,000 page transcripts. In the meantime, send us your reactions and we might read a few on the air.


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