Introduction For thirty-six years the Vietnamese Communist Party has struggled unrelentingly to acquire political control of Vietnam. During this period the Vietnamese Communists have often altered their strategy but never their objective, which remains today what it was when the Party was founded 9 theirhas focusedWar of Nationalblend of military and political action in South Vietnam designed to erode non-Communist political authority, to create an aura of Communist invincibility, and,destroy the South Vietnamese. The Lao Dongietnamese Communist Party now controls only the government of North Vietnam theut it is national in scope, even though, for cover purposes, its members in the South operate under the name of the "People's Revolutionary Party.
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