The country's 38th president, Gerald Ford, has died at age 93. John Robert Greene, author of three books on the Ford presidency, talks to Renee Montagne about how the former president handled the fallout from Watergate and the end of the Vietnam war. Greene is a professor of history and humanities at Cazenovia College in New York.
Ford Presided Over the End of Watergate, Vietnam
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