There were a lot of lessons to be taken from the Vietnam War. But how many agree with the one George Bush identified during his first visit to the nation, words to the effect of “stay the course”?
Reflecting on the changes since the war and the fall of Saigon, Bush talked of history’s long march and emphasized the time it can take for an “ideology of freedom” to “overcome an ideology of hate.”
He added: “We’ll succeed, unless we quit.”
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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