FOREIGN POLICY: VIET NAM: NO MORE ARMS

"The Viet Nam debate has now run its course. The time has come for restraint and compassion. The Administration has made its case. Let all now abide by the verdict of the Congress—without recrimination or vindictiveness."

With those words, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger acknowledged last week that the final Indochina crisis was at hand—both in Indochina and in Washington. The Khmer Rouge were masters of Phnom-Penh; the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong were tightening their noose around Saigon. Meanwhile most Congressmen remained adamantly opposed to voting any more military aid for...

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