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The President's War (1971)
The Story of the Tonkin Gulf Resolution and How the Nation Was Trapped in Vie...
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  1. Life & Letters
    Tonkin: It Wasn't a Lie (2 Reviews)
    The President's War, by Anthony Austin
    1. The President's War by Anthony Austin
    2. Tonkin Gulf by Eugene G. Windchy
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1972, pp. 96-97
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    Briefly Noted (2 Reviews)
    1. The President's War by Anthony Austin
    2. Homage to Theodore Dreiser by Robert Penn Warren
    The New Yorker, October 2, 1971, pp. 131-134
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    Recent Books on International Relations (19 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Vantage Point by Lyndon Baines Johnson
    2. Without Marx or Jesus by Jean-Francois Revel
    3. Nixon in the White House by Rowland Evans, Jr. and Robert D. Novak
    4. Eleanor and Franklin by Joseph P. Lash
    5. Congress, the Executive, and Foreign Policy by Francis O. Wilcox
    6. Imperialists and Other Heroes by Ronald Steel
    7. The President's War by Anthony Austin
    8. The Pentagon Papers: As Published by the New York Times by Neil Sheehan, Fox Butterfield, and Hedrick Smith, ...
    9. Lieutenant Calley: His Own Story by William L. Calley and John Sack
    10. The Court-Martial of Lt. Calley by Richard Hammer
    11. Washington Plans an Aggressive War by Ralph L. Stavins, Richard J. Barnet, and Marcus G. Raskin, ...
    12. America's Empire by Claude Julien
    13. Fragments of My Fleece by Dean Acheson
    14. Who Owns America? by Walter J. Hickel
    15. Changing Sources of Power by Frederick G. Dutton
    16. The U.S.A. Astride the Globe by Merlo J. Pusey
    17. The King Makers by Leonard Lurie
    18. Uprooted Americans by Dillon S. Myer
    19. Unused Power by Stephen Horn
    Foreign Affairs, January 1972, pp. 377-378