July 1975
National Review;7/18/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 27, p793
This article discusses how journalist John Lofton made fellow journalist Gloria Emerson admit her affection for North Vietnamese, in the backdrop of the North Vietnamese victory in the Vietnam War. In a television interview with Lofton, Emerson expressed her unflinching support for the Vietnamese. However, on the subject of Vietnam, Emerson was found to have double-standards. She believes that the North Vietnamese would run a very austere, well-ordered, regimented society which in the long run will profit a vast majority of the Vietnamese.


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