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April 10, 1992 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Podlaski is an angry man. A former Green Beret who fought in Indochina in the late 1960s, Podlaski thinks it is shameful the way the United States has denied assistance to its former enemies for the past 17 years. "I think America owes more of a debt to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia than anyplace in the world," he said. "In Cambodia, the assistance the government is giving is too little, too late. That's why we came here--the government is doing nothing."
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April 10, 1992 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Podlaski is an angry man. A former Green Beret who fought in Indochina in the late 1960s, Podlaski thinks it is shameful the way the United States has denied assistance to its former enemies for the past 17 years. "I think America owes more of a debt to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia than anyplace in the world," he said. "In Cambodia, the assistance the government is giving is too little, too late. That's why we came here--the government is doing nothing."
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