Vietnam and the United States: Origins and Legacy of War

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Twayne Publishers, 1998 - History - 199 pages
Series Editor: Akira Iriye, Harvard University

The volumes in this series critically assess United States foreign relations since 1945 by presenting both historical and contemporary information on the effect that U.S. politics and economics have had on a multitude of areas around the world. Each volume is an authoritative, readable account by a preeminent historian and includes: A concise chronology of major events Background on pre-1945 history Details on the development and impact of U.S. foreign policy Explication of themes in postwar international relations Insights into the effects of U.S. policy on people worldwide Illustrations, bibliographic essay, and index

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Contents

Americans in Southeast Asia
22
chapter 4
51
reflections on a war
157
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