Vietnam without GIs

Grant, Zalin B.
May 1973
New Republic;5/19/73, Vol. 168 Issue 20, p19
Explores the economic conditions in Vietnam after the withdrawal of the United States military forces. Demotion of black marketeers in the social register; Closure of bars, massage parlors, restaurants, laundry and car-wash concessions; Dismantling of unused buildings by scavengers in order to sell the tin roofing and the wood; Most dramatic signs of the war; Population shift from the countryside to the cities; Key point of the United States pacification program.


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