SOUTH VIET NAM: Assessing a Murderous Cease-Fire

Almost a year has passed since the Paris agreement brought an end to the U.S. fighting role in South Viet Nam, and last week the chief architects of the accord met again to review the current state of their handiwork. Taking time off from his frantic efforts to find peace in the Middle East, U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger stopped by in Paris to confer with his partner in this year's Nobel Peace Prize, North Vietnamese Politburo Member Le Due Tho.* Later, a U.S. spokesman said that the 4½-hour meeting...

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