The Other War Against Vietnam Is Almost OverPete Engardio
As a captain in the U.S. Army Special Forces during the Vietnam War, Warren Williams had the job of wiping out Communists. But when the former Green Beret, now a business consultant, returned to Vietnam in December, he got red-carpet treatment. The leader of a U.S. trade delegation, Williams was hosted by five government ministers, the head of the State Planning Committee, and a state bank official, who said: "I'm sitting here with several licenses in my pocket, and some of those are reserved for American banks."
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