Intervention: how America became involved in Vietnam

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Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1986 - History - 550 pages
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Traces the roots of American involvement in Vietnam and offers a provocative portrayal of Lydon Johnson's role in the Vietnam War

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Intervention: how America became involved in Vietnam

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Kahin chronicles the development of U.S. involvement in Vietnam, 1945-66, indicating the opportunities the United States had to cut losses and leave. He begins with American support of France because ... Read full review

Contents

The Beginnings of American Intervention
3
To the Brink of War in Support of France
34
The Establishment of a Separate Southern State
66
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