World: The Real Revolution

For 20 years the 1,000 villagers of Tau Nghia off the South China Sea had been the helpless pawns of war: used and abused, taxed and conscripted, sheltered and then shelled by first one army and then another in the march and countermarch of Viet Nam's wars. Only last fall Saigon troops recaptured the hamlet after it had been in Viet Cong hands for six months. Tau Nghia's fortunes abruptly changed. First the Korean Tiger Division arrived and set up its headquarters in nearby Qui Nhon, providing a visible and powerful shield of security. And last January a 66-man Vietnamese pacification...

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