AFTER THE CATACLYSM
The authors turn a critical eye to media reporting on U.S. involvement in Indochina and implicate American policymakers in some of the worst bloodshed of the 20th century. They include an analysis of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, which has proven to be an enduring source of controversy. Import.
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