Vietnam Deja -Vu

December 1977
National Review;12/9/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 48, p1412
The article reveals the worsening situation in Vietnam upon the entry of Communism. One of the communists strategy during that time is to put the intellectuals, military men, and members of the bourgeoisie into the re-education centers. However, refugees swelled rather than shrunk. Thus, a change in tactics was made, southern dissidents are then shipped straight to northern prisons. Several deaths are reported, but blocked in the news.


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