A Vietcong Memoir: An Inside Account of the Vietnam War and Its Aftermath - Chapters Twenty-two through Twenty-four Summary & Analysis

Truong Nhu Tang
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Tang writes that the PRG had ideas of how they would govern but had not expected Saigon to fall so quickly and so had not put their directives to paper. Tang notes that what the resistance officials had thought would be completed before it was needed was now needed desperately. Though Tang is still in Hanoi along with several other officials, a meeting is held and directives established that require those who had participated in the opposing government to undergo education, including a study of the history of the revolution. Tang notes that the offers are "magnanimous and humane," considering that the country had been at war for so long. Tang believes that the people of Vietnam must be able and willing to participate in the rebuilding of their country,

which is why "concord and reconciliation" is to be...

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