Ending the Vietnam war

In White House Years, Henry Kissinger intersperses his account of the diplomatic efforts he undertook to end the Vietnam war with summaries of, and quotations from, the New York Times editorials criticizing him. It makes for painful if not unforgettable reading.
Kissinger has now excerpted portions of his memoirs on the Vietnam war, slightly rewritten and added to them in his new book Ending the Vietnam War. The review of the book from tomorrow’s Sunday New York Times Book Review is therefore of special interest: “Kissinger presents a defense.”

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