Preface; E.H.Tilford , Grove City College Introduction; M.J.Gilbert , North Georgia College and State University Winning and Losing the War in Vietnam; R.Brigham , Vassar College Victory by Other Means: The Foreign Policy of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam; W.Duiker , Pennsylvania State University The International Dimensions of America's Defeat in Vietnam; G.C.Herring , University of Kentucky Losing the Wrong War; J.Record , U.S. Air Force, Air War College Intelligence Failure in Vietnam; J.Prados , Vietnam Documentation Project, National Security Archive The Economic Causes and Legacies of American Defeat in Vietnam; A.Rotter , Colgate University The Home Front; M.Young , New York University Reflections on a Lost War; L.Gardner , Rutgers University
Marc Jason Gilbert is the author of "The Vietnam War: Teaching Approaches and Resources" (1991), "The TET Offensive" (1996), and "The Vietnam War on Campus: Other Voices, More Distant Drums" (2000). He is also co-author and co-producer of "Lost Warriors".
MARC JASON GILBERT is Professor of History at North Georgia College and State University. A specialist in the history of modern Vietnam and modern South and Southeast Asia, he has written and edited several books on the Vietnam War, including The Vietnam War: Teaching Approaches and Resources (1991), The TET Offensive (1996), and The Vietnam War on Campus: Other Voices, More Distant Drums (2000). He is also co-author and co-producer of the award-winning documentary Lost Warriors, an examination of the plight of homeless Vietnam veterans.
'The well-written scholarly essays in this collection concentrate on what North Vietnam did right.' - M. O'Donnell, Choice
'...a fine and well-written study particularly suited for undergraduate and graduate student instruction.' - Erik B. Villard, Journal of Military History
'...offer[s] a good deal of fresh thinking about the war...' - Ruud van Dijk, H-World H-Net Reviews