A Crumbling Bastion

Jaffe, Adrian; Taylor, Milton C.
June 1961
New Republic;6/19/61, Vol. 144 Issue 25, p17
Focuses on the characterization of President Ngo Dinh Diem of Vietnam. Plans of the U.S. for Vietnam; Viable and democratic bastion of the Free World; Economic growth and a consequent improvement in the standard of living of the Vietnamese; Alternative to Communism.


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