Vietnam Round-up

August 1978
National Review;8/18/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 33, p1006
The article highlights the American Conservative Union's Education and Research Institute's paper entitled, "Repression in Vietnam." According to various estimates, there are 300,000 prisoners in re-education camps. Vietnam had 27 daily newspapers before the Communist takeover. Now there are three, all government-run.


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