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Hearts and Minds: A Historical Context

The film captures as few other accounts do the range and depth of emotions aroused by the American war in Vietnam. For the United States, especially among the so-called Vietnam generation, the divisions wrought by the war—divisions so brilliantly captured in Hearts and Minds—still endure.

The violence against civilians is intended to stem their support of the insurgency, yet as Hazelton herself notes in a separate section of her article, one that does not inform her argument, not all insurgencies depend on civilians for their sustenance.

Mainok, Borno on April 27;• Legitimacy can facilitate such control, but is rather useless without it. We are told that only five campaigns qualify, but only three of them are discussed: the other two are not identified. Despite this vast effort, the United States could do no better than a stalemate against a tough and infinitely resilient enemy. When Vietminh followers who had remained in the South after the Geneva Conference formed the National Liberation Front and launched an insurgency against the U.

Seeking to break the stalemate in Vietnam and to exploit the growing divisions in the United States, North Vietnam launched, in early 1968, what has become known as the Tet Offensive, a major turning point in the war. However, within-case analysis requires considerable rigor to make causal claims, which we do not find in this article.

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Accustomed to success, Americans placed a high value on winning and indeed took it for granted. Alarmed by a perceived Soviet threat to Western Europe, the United States in 1947 launched a policy of containment of Communist expansion, and through the Marshall Plan, which provided massive reconstruction aid for Western Europe, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, which committed the United States to respond militarily to Soviet aggression, gave that policy substance.

In a world devastated by war and drastically shrunk by technology, Americans felt vulnerable for the first time in their history. See David French, The British Way in Counter-Insurgency, 1945-1967 Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011192-194.

As to the claim that elite bargains are, universally, more successful than popular mobilization, this argument denies the multitude of ways in which counterinsurgency campaigns have been won—and lost. Scilla Elworthy founded in 2002. They acquiesced in the fall of Dien Bien Phu and subsequently agreed to a settlement negotiated at the Geneva Conference that provided for a French withdrawal and temporarily divided Vietnam at the 17th parallel, awaiting elections to unify the country.

Taking advantage of the relaxed mood of the lunar New Year celebration, the most festive of Vietnamese holidays, the NLF struck suddenly in cities and towns across the length and breadth of South Vietnam. At least until the Vietnam generation passes from the scene, the war it fought, opposed, and avoided will continue to be a defining event.