The War: To Hanoi with Candor

By deed and by word, Washington addressed Hanoi last week in unwonted concert. The message was clear. Despite all the antiwar sentiment in the universities and within the U.S. Senate, despite all the Administration's avowals that it will explore any reasonable route toward a negotiated peace, the American people, however unhappy or confused about the war, agree in greater numbers than ever that it must continue to be fought—at least to the kind of conclusion that permits a realization of the Allies' aims.

"Don't Be Misled." The deeds included the bombing of downtown...

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