Social Scientist. v 4, no. 42 (Jan 1976) p. 56.


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significance of Vietnam is to be made really meaningful, the thepry and practice of Marxist philosophers and social scientists should be raised to higher levels. Only through such a struggle can the philosophy and social sciences of the world be developed to an extent sufficient to meet the needs of revolutionary movements everywhere.

SHING® SHIBATA

1 Vo Nguyen Giap, "Great Victory, Great Tasks" Man Dan, 14 September 1967,

2 K S Davis, Elsenhower: Soldier of Democracy, 1952, T C Sorcnson, The Kennedy Legacy^ 1969, RS McNamara, The Essence of Security, 1968.

8 S Huntington, Political Order in Changing Societies, 1968; Also "Getting Ready for Political Competition in South Vietnam" March 1969, SEADAG Studies.

4 Sec Asahi Shimbun, Evening Edition, 27 April 1966.



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