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  • Gung Ho Approach
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    Gung Ho, by Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles was a wonderful book that discussed many important factors involved in making a company truly successful. It had a good storyline to help to tell the story of Gung Ho. When I first picked up the book to read it I really had no idea what to expect to learn from the book. The points that were made in this book were very simple and common sense principles. I say that these principles are simple, but many companies do not think of these little things when...
  • Forces Of Ho Chi Minh
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    North Vietnam was battling for ownership of South Vietnam, so they could be a unified nation. To prevent the domino effect and further spread of communism, the USA troops in 1965 went into action against the Viet Cong until 1975. Not only did the Greatest superpower in the world get bested by a third world nation, but also lost many of it's young men to a meaningless war that they could have never won. To prevent the domino effect and, from America's point of view, stop the further spread of com...
  • National Spirit The People Of North Vietnamese
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    Nationalism in Vietnam Nationalism in the Third World has historically served as a powerfull force in lashing out against colonialism. The aims of third world nationalism are to replace foreign rule with national government. In Asia, Vietnam has fought a long struggle to keep its country independent from foreign domination. Historically, the Vietnamese struggled against the Chinese Empire to maintain their independence. In the twentieth century Vietnamese independence was tried from a new direct...
  • Motherfucking Ho You
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    Fuck, sitting' up lett in' these motherfucker z know, though You " re my pimp buddies, my boy Sean Dogg, you on a mission (Yeah, baby!) Creep Dogg, I know you trip pin' (I feel you) Ya heard me? (um-hm) [murmur] We just sitting' up in here drop pin' game about these motherfucking'... HOS (HOS? !) That's right, hos, and that what the topic is today on the show: hos (Why you always gotta talk about 'em?) I mean, cause if you gotta blame it on somebody You might as well blame it on a motherfucking ...
  • Ho's Communist Party
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    Joel SnokeMrs. RonaneSenior English 1st 12/10/04 Thesis: The US involvement in the Vietnam War was justified. I. Background on Vietnam A. Vietnam pre WWII 1. French A. Colonialism B. Cruelty 2. USA A. Backing Ho Chi Minh B. War with Japan. Vietnam post WWII 1. Ho chi Minh A. Early years B. Political years 2. Diem A. Anti-communism B. Brutal police II. Tet Offensive. Viet Cong 1. Miscommunication A. Delay of message B. Element of Surprise 2. Failure A. Gi apB. Media. US 1. Prepared A. Break treat...
  • Ho Chi Minh's Communistic Aspirations
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    The seeds of the Vietnam War were sown two decades prior to the conflict. Following the Second World War the United States adopted two foreign policies, which seemed to coexist peacefully for a time. The policies: anti-colonialism (policy against colonization of small nations) and anti-communism. Little did the United States know that the coexistence of these two policies would soon become a great paradox. Indochina had been a colony of France since the middle of the nineteenth century, within i...
  • War In Vietnam
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    Johnny Walker Professor Lloyd TA Jaime 14 July 2005 Summary of Vietnam WarN go Vinh Long In this reading, Long discusses the history of Vietnamese resistance to colonial and oppressive forces. Long states that American historians and statesman claim that other factors contributed to the disastrous conclusion of the Vietnam war, but that the real truth is that the American's were not prepared to meet such a formidable foe. The Vietnamese had been resisting the Chinese for over 1,000 years and had...
  • Ho Chi Minh City
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    The very mention of the name Vietnam in the 1960's and '70 same to signify either a brutal jungle war or a spectacular failure of American power - or both. Thankfully, the combined legacies of French occupation, the Vietnam War and withdrawal of Soviet aid in 1990 have given way to the Vietnamese citizens' thriving entrepreneurial spirit, fueled by overseas investment and a relaxing of government control. And yet, the exotic chime of names and places still remains: Hue, Dien Bien Phu, the Perfum...
  • Ho Chi Minh
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    When the Italian Renaissance writer and political analyst Niccol'o Machiavelli wrote "The Prince", he conceived several principles that a leader should follow if the leader wishes to be successful. Throughout history, these principles have proven to work; one leader that exhibited, but also contradicted some of the traits that Machiavelli believed would make a leader successful is the former ruler of North Vietnam Ho Chi Minh. He was born in central Vietnam to a steadfast revolutionist. As he gr...
  • Vietnamese Citizens Ho Chi Minh
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    Ho Chi Minh, the vital leader in Vietnam's fight for independence had an enormous impact on the struggle against, and victory over the French. His early influences and surroundings whilst growing up had a significant impact in shaping Ho's views on French colonisation, leading him to establish the Indo-Chinese Communist Party, (the ICP). Through his political involvement in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh became the founder of the Viet Minh, where he gained essential support, resulting in many of his succe...
  • The Viet Minh And The French
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    Was the Vietnam War really a result of communist expansionism and was the United States intellectually and morally justified for its intervention? This Essay will discuss and examine the causes of the Vietnam War specifically addressing the notion that communist expansionism played a major role. It will also look at the role that the United States undertook in the war and if its intervention was intellectually and morally justified. The origins of the Vietnam War date back to post World War 2 19...
  • William Westmoreland Left Vietnam In 1968
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    "An Indignant Generation". With all its disruptions and rage, the idea of black revolution was something many white Americans could at least comprehend, if not agree with. When rebellion seized their own children, however they were almost completely at a loss. A product of the posts war "Baby Boom", nurtured in affluence and concentrated in increasing numbers on college and university campuses. It was a generation marked by an unusual degree of political awareness and cultural alienation. Some s...
  • Ho Chi Minh
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    September 2nd, 1945, first President of an independent Vietnam Ho Chi Minh, delivered his address of a free nation in Hanoi's Ba Dinh square. The first lines of his proclamation repeated verbatim the famous second paragraph of America's 1776 Declaration of Independence: "All men are created equal. They are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness". (Logevall, 96) Similar to the American Declaration of Independence, it w...

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