Vietnam since the Fall of Saigon

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VIETNAM SINCE THE FALL OF SAIGON

Updated Edition

by William J. Duiker

Ohio University Center for International Studies Monographs in International Studies

Southeast Asia Series Number 56A Athens, Ohio 1989

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • EDITOR'S NOTE vi
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Maps xi
  • Preface xiii
  • PART I DOMESTIC AFFAIRS 1
  • Chapter 1 a Land Ten Times More Beautiful 3
  • Chapter 2 Revolution in Crisis 41
  • Chapter 3 Economics in Command 71
  • Chapter 4 Between Ideology and Pragmatism 95
  • PART II FOREIGN AFFAIRS 121
  • Chapter 5: NATIONALISM AND IDEOLOGY 123
  • Chapter 6: FRATERNAL ENEMIES 149
  • Chapter 7 War with China 173
  • Chapter 8 the Indochina Tangle 195
  • Chapter 9 Three Revolutions 227
  • Chapter 10 a Revolution in Transition 243
  • Appendix THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM INDEPENDENCE-FREEDOM-HAPPINESS - CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM 271
  • Notes 327
  • SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY 369
  • Index 373
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