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MISPERCEPTION AS A CAUSE OF TWO WORLD WARS
THE CONFLICT AS SEEN BY THE SOUTH VIETNAMESE
THE CONFLICT AS SEEN BY THE COMMUNISTS
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absence of empathy action aggressors allies ambiguous ambivalence Ameri anti-Communism anti-Communist anti-Viet Cong assumption Austria-Hungary Austrians basic Bernard Fall black-and-white picture bombing Buttinger Chinese coalition committed Communism Communist aggression Communist China conflict conscious countries danger democracy diabolical Diem dissonance distortion domino domino theory empathy enemy enemy-image escalation evidence evil fact factor favor fear feeling fighting force French Germany guerrilla Hanoi Hitler hostile interpretation involvement land reform leaders least less majority Malcolm Browne ment militant American military minds Minh misperception moral munist namese nationalist nists non-Communist non-militants North official one's peace peasants percent perhaps political pro-Viet Cong probably psychological question Raskin and Fall reason Reclaiming regard Russia Saigon seems selective inattention Serbia side situation South Vietnam strong tend tendency Tet offensive tion troops United victory Viet Cong Viet Minh Vietnamese Vietnamese Communists village virile self-image withdrawal World War III