Carter's Koreanization Plan

June 1977
New Republic;6/11/77, Vol. 176 Issue 24, p5
Presents information on the Korean war. Role of Dean Acheson's speech in inspiring Communist war preparations; Report that U.S. President Jimmy Carter's decision to withdraw remaining ground forces from the Asian mainland will cause Korean War II; Reaction of major general John Singlaub and his backers towards Carter's withdrawal programme; Benefits gained from Henry Kissinger's retirement in the U.S. arms policy; Report that U.S. President Jimmy Carter announced that the U.S. will no longer seek preeminence in the weapons business.


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