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A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year

Outstanding Academic Title 2008. Hess offers what is arguably the best sampling of new research and analysis on the Vietnam War now available in a single volume, providing an impressive, almost indispensable introduction to the big–picture debates and controversies. It should be on a very short list of the most useful books in helping making sense of an enormously complex and controversial conflict. Essential. (Choice Reviews, October 2008)

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Vietnam is the clearest explanation of the arguments over American involvement in the Vietnam War. It is essential reading for teachers and students of the war.
Robert Schulzinger, University of Colorado

Hess, one of America′s leading diplomatic historians, has written the most useful book to date for both teachers and students on the nation s ordeal in Vietnam. It is a magnificently balanced study of the issues and the literature.
Warren Cohen, University of Maryland–Baltimore County


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