Triumph revisited historians battle for the vietnam war collects critiques of triumph forsaken from both sides of this debate written by an array of vietnam scholars cataloguing arguments about how the war should be remembered how history may be reconstructed and by whom a lively introduction and conclusion by editors andrew wiest and . History is perspective and the processes of historical perspective are always shifting a boiling stew of opinion trends methods and conclusions histories of the vietnam war are no different andrew wiest in his introduction to triumph revisited historians battle for the vietnam war . The vietnam war stands as one of the most controversial events in the history of the united states this title features arguments about how the war should be remembered how history may be read more. With competing viewpoints already in play mark moyaretms recent revisionist approach in triumph forsaken has created heated debate over who owns the history of americaetms war in vietnamtriumph revisited historians battle for the vietnam war collects critiques of triumph forsaken from both sides of this debate written by an array . In triumph revisited wiest and doidge explain why the standard explanations for the united states failure in vietnam its exaggerated cold war fears its hopeless client and its incoherent strategy remain compelling anderson who contributes a fair and considered chapter to triumph revisited is also the editor of the columbia history of the vietnam war
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