from Associated Baptist Press
July 15, 2011
(ABP) — Norman Jameson writes, "A 1972 photograph of 9-year-old Kim Phuc fleeing her burning village in Vietnam -- her clothes incinerated from her body and her skin falling from her back and arms -- captured the world’s attention. Some say it fanned the flame of anti-war sentiment in the United States that accelerated American withdrawal from the quagmire."
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–Norman Jameson reports and coordinates special projects for the Associated Baptist Press. He is former editor of the North Carolina