TITLE

TRB from Washington

PUB. DATE
June 1972
SOURCE
New Republic;6/24/72, Vol. 166 Issue 26, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the indiscriminate offensive of the United States against Vietnam. Formation of craters all along Vietnam due to heavy bombings; Killings due to herbicide spraying in Saigon in South Vietnam; Views of rampant ecocide in Indochina; Loss of confidence of the people of the U.S. in the institutions and government of the country; Impact of the U.S. military actions on the reputation of the U.S. government in the nation; Criticism for not sparing the women and children in villages; Violation of the ban imposed by the U.S. Congress on the use of funds to subsidize foreign troops in Laos, by the administration of the United States.
ACCESSION #
10523493

 

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