September 1964
National Review Bulletin;9/15/1964, Vol. 16 Issue 37, p4
Focuses on the decision to be made by U.S. President Lyndon Johnson on whether the U.S. should take over and fight the war in a realistic scale or let South Vietnam become a Communist state.


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