Fine in Very Good + D. J jacket. From the inside cover: "The author of the widely acclaimed "The Village of Ben Suc" shows, in his new book, that the destruction of rural South Vietnam by our military is not something we are in danger of doing, but is, in some provinces, already almost complete. Flying for several weeks over Quang Ngai Province in tiny twoseat Forward Air Control planes that help find targets for the fighter-bombers, and also guide most air strikes, he found that seventy percent of the villages in the province had been destroyed; and he discovered that about forty percent of the population lived in "refugee camps, " and that another forty percent lived underground beneath their destroyed homes in areas that were shelled regularly by artillery fire. This book is a minutely detailed, rigorously factual first-hand account of how it happened."
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