Dissent and Decision-Making: A Study of George Ball's and John McNaughton's Opposition to the Vietnam War

Kennedy, Ross A.
1985

Volume 9, Issue 1. Winter During the Vietnam War, public condemnation of continued U.S. involvement in Vietnam reached proportions unequaled during any previous war. Inside the government as well, there were voices which spoke, albeit carefully, against the continuing escalation of U.S. troops in Indochina. In this article, Ross A. Kennedy examines the processes of dissent ... read more

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