Nixon + Watergate = Communist Indochina

Hannah, Norman B.
June 1978
National Review;6/23/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 25, p772
The article presents an examination of the key issues relevant to the social and political system in the United States. It tells of some issues in the political history of the United States, the link between the Watergate Affair and the country's involvement in Vietnam War, the restoration of domestic cohesion, an overview of politics and government, and the implications for world politics and international relations.


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