A content study of five influential U.S. daily newspapers: with special attention to comment regarding the U.S. Armed Forces in a historical context (1937-49)
Young, Robert A.
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The American public has become increasingly more dissatisfied with the United States military effort in Indochina. Although U.S. participation in the unfortunate war had its earliest roots under the administration of a World War II military hero, Dwight D. Eisenhower, it must be considered primarily a political war. Our forces have newer been allowed to fight the war in a manner calculated to achieve victory. The restrictions of politics and diplomacy on all phases of strategy have been extremely binding on a military organization of strong and successful traditions.
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