World: A Matter of Re-education

South Viet Nam

"At first," outed Mme. Ngo Dinh Nhu, "the American press tried to lynch me. Now they want to hear everything the corpse says." The corpse said plenty. Though she was officially visiting Belgrade as head of her country's delegation to an Inter-Parliamentary Union conference, South Viet Nam's éminence brune announced cheerfully that the real aim of her travels was to "disperse all misunderstandings " about her country and the regime headed by her brother-in-law, Ngo Dinh Diem. Sounding like St. Joan in a slit skirt, Viet Nam's fiery First Lady announced...

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