Surely, the time has come to end the Vietnam War. Leave aside, for the moment, the urgent moral considerations. Leave aside, also, the incontestable political reasons. The point has been reached where even motives of what might be called national prudence ought to dictate a complete shift in policy.
These remarks are being written shortly after the Viet Cong offensive which in early February brought street fighting to the major cities of South Vietnam, and there is no way of knowing wh...
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