Indo-china: The Records on Promises to Saigon

Excerpts from the most relevant portions of documents and official statements on U.S. promises to aid the Thieu government after the U.S. withdrawal from Viet Nam, as well as key passages from two of the acts of Congress that now limit what President Ford can do:

The United States will not continue its military involvement or intervene in the internal affairs of South Viet Nam.

The two South Vietnamese parties shall be permitted to make periodic replacement of armaments, munitions and war material which have been destroyed, damaged, worn out or used up after the ceasefire, on the basis of piece-for-piece, of the...

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