Foreign Relations: Now, We Can

For the eighth time in the past 15 months, South Viet Nam underwent a major change in its government (see THE WORLD), and in the U.S. the chorus of discontent about policy grew louder. Some of the most outspoken opinion expressed so far came from New York Lawyer Richard Nixon.

"We are losing the war in South Viet Nam," said Nixon in a speech to the Sales Executive Club of New York, "and if there is not a change of strategy, we will be thrown out in a matter of months, certainly within...

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