T. N. D.
June 1967
America;6/17/1967, Vol. 116 Issue 24, preceding p843
The article highlights the statements of outstanding Catholics on why the U.S. should withdraw from the war in Vietnam. The author reveals the results of his survey on the issue among clergymen. Monsignor Joseph Gallagher, editor of Corpus Books, says he regards American policy in Vietnam as a massive tragedy. However "Critic" editor Joel Wells claims that getting out of Vietnam is secondary to stopping the fighting and bombing, which has become immoral even by Neanderthal standards.


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