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A Vietnam War Reader: American and Vietnamese prespectives.

Mell

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Edited byu Michael Hunt

Have you read it? I am just starting to read it now.
 

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I have not read it but would be very interested in getting the Vietnamese perspective on the war. I'm sure it was very difficult for their people. We were interested in bringing them democracy for their own freedom but also in the interest of spreading our own world view which is the questionable part. I'm sure there were other motives as well, like stopping the spread of communism, for one.
 
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