Lyndon Johnson and Vietnam: The Unmaking of a President - Princeton Legacy Library 2984 by Herbert Y. Schandler
This book examines the events that led to today - 31 March 1968 - when Lyndon Johnson dramatically abandoned any attempt to re-elect him as President of the United States.…
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This book examines the events that led to today - 31 March 1968 - when Lyndon Johnson dramatically abandoned any attempt to re-elect him as President of the United States. It presents one of the best descriptions of US policy surrounding the Tet offensive in March - a historic turning point in the Vietnam War that led directly to the end of US military intervention.
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