Viet-Nam: Civil War Again?

Steiner, H. Arthur
July 1955
New Republic;7/18/55, Vol. 133 Issue 3, p11
The article comments on the possibility of civil war that may once again flare with full fury any time after July 20 between North and South Vietnam. The new crisis also engages the international commitments of the U.S., and forces American policy-makers to consider in July, 1955, decisions they hoped to stall off until July, 1956. The roots of the present crisis lie principally in the vagueness of the political prescriptions of the Final Declaration of the Geneva Conference, and in the changing role of France in Viet-Namese affairs since that time.


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