Moral Words, Immoral Deeds: The Ethical Aspect of American Decision Making in Vietnam

Daniel Jachim
The American decision to go to war in Vietnam was tied deeply to the moral views of key decision makers at the time. Influenced by both theories of global development and scarred by the memory of Appeasement before the Second World War, key actors in the Department of Defense, Department of State, and National Security Council informed their decisions in part based on an understanding of American responsibility to both a global interest in general...
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