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Topic - Stanley Karnow
Nguyen Cao Ky died last week at 80, a forgotten purple footnote to the distant war in Vietnam that nearly everyone wants to forget. Those who do remember it usually remember it for the wrong reasons.
Stanley Karnow, the eminent historian of all things Vietnamese, said Ky "looked like the saxophone player in a second-rate nightclub."