I think all opponents of our war in Vietnam, and certainly the Left, should take what seems to me the most promising and reasonable line:
Put every conceivable and possible effective pressure on the President to get him to implement his repeated desire for unconditional negotiations by dramatically calling for a cease-fire and an end to further outside aid, supervised by neutral nations, as a prelude to immediate negotiations in which the National Liberation Front should be recognized ...
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