THE ROAD AHEAD: HOW VIETNAMESE LEADERS SEE IT

To take a measure of how South Vietnamese politicians and leaders feel about what comes next in their troubled nation and what the U.S. should be doing now, TIME correspondents interviewed a number of important Vietnamese. Among their comments:

Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky: "It's possible that the majority of the people of South Viet Nam don't really like or support our government. But if they had to make a choice between us and the Communists, there is no doubt who would win. Our program must be: 1) reorganize the armed forces, 2) get more people into united-front organizations, and 3)...

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