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Johnson, Gerald W.
March 1962
New Republic;3/5/62, Vol. 146 Issue 10, p16
Focuses on issues related to war in Vietnam. Information on deployment of American soldiers; Description of reasons for the police action in Korea; Failure of U.S. President John F. Kennedy to realize the situation of the soldiers in the battlefield; Comment on the American people's loyalty to Kennedy and the Democratic Party; Attitude of the American public towards the foreign policy of Kennedy; Comment on the cost of war.


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