Capital District Council for the Social Studies (Albany, NY)
Assistant Professor of History, North Carolina State University
Histories of the conflict that Americans call “The Vietnam War” have focused overwhelmingly on the American dimensions of the war. They have explored American motivations and American actions based on American sources. But a new generation of scholarship has started to illuminate the Vietnamese dimensions of the war – the roles played by various Vietnamese individuals and groups, using sources that illuminate Vietnamese goals, motives, and actions.
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