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Madame Nhu

In A.D. 40 the legendary Trung sisters led a Vietnamese rebellion against the Chinese. They fought astride elephants and, upon victory, ruled as queens. Madame...

South Viet Nam: Joan or Lucrezia

Festively bedecked elephants, a troop of mounted horsemen and colorful floats paraded through the streets of Saigon last week. It was Women's Day, an occasion...

Viet Nam: Girls Under Fire

In war and in peace, women have stood staunchly beside Viet Nam's menfolk for nearly 2,000 years. Sometimes, they have stood in front. Still celebrated are...

Foreign Relations: With Cap & Cloak in Saigon

FOREIGN RELATIONS She looked slightly siliconized, but otherwise the pneumatic twister on the cover of Ramparts magazine was unmistakably Mme. Ngo Dinh Nhu. Why...

The Press: This Strange War Fascinates Me

I'm no more courageous than anyone else. I just feel that photography is important. And I will do what is required to show what is happening. I have a sense of...

Letters: Dec. 25, 1964

Man of the Year Sir: If TIME'S Man of the Year is the man who most dominated the news, then Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives, will have...

Students: The Berkeley Effect

Spring usually generates a mild lunacy in the American college student; this year it is bringing a radical testing of law and the university, all with candid...

Cinema: Propaganda Chiller

In the Year of the Pig is a new kind of chiller movie. Audiences sit in helpless frustration watching scenes of unreeling historical horror. Producer-Director...

Cold War: After Cuba

The cold war will never be the same again. The struggle that began with the U.S. blockade of Cuba is far from over. But the U.S. took a firm stand and the...

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