Press: Days of Judgment for CBS

Westmoreland's side marshals some facts and figures

Walt Rostow, an archetype of the best and the brightest, spoke slowly and carefully, recalling in vivid detail a meeting that took place in April 1967. General William Westmoreland, then commander of U.S. armed forces in Viet Nam, had asked for 200,000 more troops. President Lyndon Johnson and top aides pressed for a date by which the American forces would win. As jurors in a Manhattan federal courtroom listened intently, the former National Security Adviser said he had no recollection of Westmoreland's having offered misleadingly hopeful...

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