Coming to Terms With Vietnam

Ralph Crane

Vietnam War protesters carrying antiwar signs march in San Francisco from Market Street to Golden Gate Park's Kezar Stadium for a rally called Spring Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam


The following Essay by Hedley Donovan, the editor-in-chief of Time Inc., is based on a speech he delivered in Chicago last month at the annual FORTUNE dinner for executives of the 500 largest U.S. corporations:

THERE are still important choices to be made about Viet Nam. The U.S. is halfway out of the war, and the further troop withdrawals that the President has announced will see us two-thirds of the way out by the end of this year. But it is still far from clear just how we are going to...

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