New policy for Vietman

January 1955
America;1/1/1955, Vol. 92 Issue 14, p355
The author reports on the new policy for Vietnam wherein he suggests giving more importance to economic aid. The author, however, says that military aid to South Vietnam should not be cut since he says that the possibility of military attack by Communists from the North is imminent. He laments that the U.S. $300 million military aid requested by France to support the forces in South Vietnam has been cut to one-third.


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