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

Truong Nhu Tang
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Tang and members of the NLF realize that Nixon is taking a new course that means the United States could be more willing now to negotiate, and that the reason for this is to handle rising pressure in America to end the United States' role in the conflict. He notes that France attempted a similar course, but that the American plan could prolong the war indefinitely. On the same day Nixon is slated to meet with Vietnam President Thieu, The NLF plans to hold a meeting establishing the Provisional Revolutionary Government. Tang is selected to head up the Department of Justice in this new administration. The story of the new government is picked up by news media and is soon airing on televisions around the world.

In chapter fourteen, Tang describes the conditions of his life while in the...

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