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


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

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