The President Is the Problem

Hoopes, Townsend
March 1971
New Republic;3/6/71, Vol. 164 Issue 10, p23
Focuses on the U.S. military relations with Indochina. Facts and information on the withdrawal of the Armed Forces from Vietnam; Deterioration of the morale and discipline of the military; Overview of the military activities in Cambodia in a speech delivered by President Richard Nixon; Contention of Nixon the that the U.S. military campaign in Cambodia is the most successful operation in the war; Speculations about the negotiation of military issues between North Vietnam and the U.S. and the inconclusive military operations of both camps; contradictions in the Nixon doctrine of Vietnamization.


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