The Unending Vietnam War
Lecture by Professor Amanda C. Demmer
While it is a truism that wars are easier to start than they are to end, the Vietnam War in particular has a reputation as “the war that will not end.” Indeed, the conflict continues to cast a long shadow over American culture, politics, and policy. On the other hand, however, the majority of Americans and Vietnamese no longer possess living memory of the war. For these reasons, this lecture places an equal emphasis on the conflict’s origins, military phase and legacies, and traces each from an American perspective.
The 2017 Ron Goodgame and Donna Canney
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