Confident in His Course

May 1965
Time;5/21/1965, Vol. 85 Issue 21, p35
The article discusses the policies of U.S. President Lyndon Johnson on the Vietnam war. It reveals Johnson's belief of the correctness of his policies that he questions criticisms against them. He also points out that the purpose of his government is to collaborate with others for the good of all mankind. Meanwhile, it reports the continuous offensive of the U.S. in North Viet Nam.


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