The President - Primary Source: Anguish in North Vietnam, 1965
In this memo, LBJ attempts to persuade the American public that the war in Vietnam is not "indigenous conflict," but Communist aggression. Learn how he argued for continued American intervention with this memo from American Experience: "LBJ."
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