Anatomy of a war: Vietnam, the United States, and the modern historical experience

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Pantheon Books, 1985 - History - 628 pages
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Drawing on recently declassified materials, this study chronicles and analyzes the political, economic, and military history of the Vietnam War through incisive critiques of decision-making in Washington, Saigon, and Hanoi

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In this detailed and provocative study, Kolko analyzes the U.S.-Vietnamese war on two levels: first, as a protracted collision between two dynamic and changing social systems; and second, as a crisis ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Vietnams Road to Crisis
13
From Depression to War
22
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