The Missing Public in U.S. Public Diplomacy
In 1968, Stephen H. Miller lost his life in Vietnam. His service to his country was recognized when his name was inscribed on a memorial in Washington, D.C., that recognizes those who gave their lives for their country in the line of duty. But Miller’s name is not on a wall of the Vietnam Memorial visited by millions every year. It is located on a wall in the lobby of the State Department seldom seen by visitors to the nation’s capital.
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