The Press: A Job for Joe?

In South Viet Nam, Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu is much more than Bachelor President Ngo Dinh Diem's sister-in-law and a Christian first lady in a Buddhist land. She is also a pert, sloe-eyed and strong-willed feminist who, as a member of the National Assembly, pushed through a "chastity law" that reins in freewheeling husbands and gives wives more freedom to plan their own lives. To outspoken and powerful Madame Ngo, the cheating husbands of the journalistic world are the foreign correspondents, who are not subject to the Directorate General of Information "guidance" that...

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