** ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND, June 16-19 **Quang X. Pham, from Orange County, Calif., poses inside the Clinton Library, with his new autobiography, Friday, April 15, 2005 in Little Rock, Ark. Pham, a  first-time author with his autobiography "A Sense of Duty: My Father, My American Journey,'' began a 20-city book tour in Little Rock. His book seeks to dispel lingering and painful misperceptions about the Vietnam War by telling the American journey of a South Vietnamese refugee-turned-U.S. Marine, a journey that began exactly 30 years ago in Arkansas.  (AP Photo/Mike Winrtoath)
** ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND, June 16-19 **Quang X. Pham, from Orange County, Calif., poses inside the Clinton Library, with his new autobiography, Friday, April 15, 2005 in Little Rock, Ark. Pham, a first-time author with his autobiography "A Sense of Duty: My Father, My American Journey,'' began a 20-city book tour in Little Rock. His book seeks to dispel lingering and painful misperceptions about the Vietnam War by telling the American journey of a South Vietnamese refugee-turned-U.S. Marine, a journey that began exactly 30 years ago in Arkansas. (AP Photo/Mike Winrtoath) AP
** ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND, June 16-19 **Quang X. Pham, from Orange County, Calif., poses inside the Clinton Library, with his new autobiography, Friday, April 15, 2005 in Little Rock, Ark. Pham, a first-time author with his autobiography "A Sense of Duty: My Father, My American Journey,'' began a 20-city book tour in Little Rock. His book seeks to dispel lingering and painful misperceptions about the Vietnam War by telling the American journey of a South Vietnamese refugee-turned-U.S. Marine, a journey that began exactly 30 years ago in Arkansas. (AP Photo/Mike Winrtoath) AP

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