A Vietcong Memoir: An Inside Account of the Vietnam War and Its Aftermath - Study Guide Chapters Ten through Twelve Summary & Analysis

Truong Nhu Tang
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Tang is suspended for a period of time and notes that it's serious because the Vietnamese put great stock in a person's title. Without his job, Tang is less credible in his position with the Front. He quickly comes to the forefront of organizing youth, not with any overt political agenda, but seeming just to be gathering with young people and espousing concern over the current political situation. Tang notes that the objective is to have the young people in place, ready and willing to be led, when the time is right. Then he's arrested, his name having been given up by a fellow member of the Front. Tang admits to membership in that organization, apparently believing that the information is already known, but denies anything else, including membership in the communist party. He's systematically tortured and then, after...

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