Philip Jones Griffiths in Memorium
VIETNAM: The battle for Saigon - U.S. policy in Vietnam was based on the premise that peasants driven into the towns and cities by the carpet-bombing of the countryside would be safe. Furthermore, removed from their traditional value system they could be prepared for the imposition of consumerism. This "restructuring" of society suffered a setback when, in 1968, death rained down on the urban enclaves.
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