Vu, Tuong. () Vietnam's communist revolution :the power and limits of ideologyMLA Citation
Vu, Tuong. Vietnam's Communist Revolution: The Power And Limits Of Ideology. : . Print.
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Vietnam's communist revolution : the power and limits of ideology /
Tuong Vu University of Oregon.
|Published:||New York NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017.|
Cambridge studies in US foreign relations.
|Topics:||Revolutions - Vietnam - History - 20th century. | Revolutionaries - Vietnam - History - 20th century. | Communists - Vietnam - History - 20th century. | Ideology - Vietnam - History - 20th century. | Communism - Vietnam - Philosophy. | Patriotism - Vietnam - Philosophy.|
|Regions:||Vietnam - Politics and government - 20th century. | Vietnam - Foreign relations - 20th century. | Vietnam War, 1961-1975 - Causes. | Vietnam.|
|Author:||Vu, Tuong, 1965-|
|Physical Description:||xiii, 337 pages : maps ; 23 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-321) and index.
|ISBN:||9781107154025 (hardback ;
1107154022 (hardback ;
9781316607909 (paperback ;
1316607909 (paperback ;
|Scope and Content:||"By tracing the evolving worldview of Vietnamese communists over 80 years as they led Vietnam through wars, social revolution, and peaceful development, this book shows the depth and resilience of their commitment to the communist utopia in their foreign policy. Unearthing new material from Vietnamese archives and publications, this book challenges the conventional scholarship and the popular image of the Vietnamese revolution and the Vietnam War as being driven solely by patriotic inspirations. The revolution not only saw successes in defeating foreign intervention, but also failures in bringing peace and development to Vietnam. This was, and is, the real tragedy of Vietnam. Spanning the entire history of the Vietnamese revolution and its aftermath, this book examines its leaders' early rise to power, the tumult of three decades of war with France, the US, and China, and the stubborn legacies left behind which remain in Vietnam today"--Publisher description.
|Subject:||Vietnam War (1961-1975)|