A Rumor of War. A brief history of the events leading to the Vietnam war, and a critical analaysis of the novel "A Rumor of War".
President John F. Kennedy's inaugural address set the trend of his administration to adopt an ever more active role in world politics. The internationalist administration was committed to spreading Capitalism and Democracy around the globe. Kennedy said that the country was prepared "to pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty." This sounds all very well and romantic, but after reading Caputto's The Rumor if War it is easy to argue that the Kennedy administration's decision to deploy and later esca…
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