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Vietnam as History: Ten Years After the Paris Peace Accords

Vietnam as History: Ten Years After the Paris Peace Accords by Brand: University Press Of America at Hanoi PE. SKU: 1002-WS0601-A03122-0819136530. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. A compact authoritative 'Vietnam reader' featuring work by some of the best scholars who are now re-examining the war. Contributors to the volume

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A compact authoritative 'Vietnam reader' featuring work by some of the best scholars who are now re-examining the war. Contributors to the volume include Richard Betts, Larry Berman, Douglas Blaufarb, Herbert Y. Schandler, Paul Miles, Edwin Simmons, Richard Hunt, George C. Herring, Peter Rodman, Stanley Falk, Bui Diem, Douglas Pike, Stanley Karnow, Alan Gropman, Allan E. Goodman, Vincent Demma, Samuel Popkin, Harry G. Summers, Jr., Russell F. Weigley, Robert E. Osgood, John Mueller, Lawrence W. Lichty and others. Co-published with The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

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