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December 11, 2000 Issue


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    The Vietnam Peace

    The President has gone to Vietnam,
    A smallish country that we used to bomb
    But now would like to send our products to.
    And so our corporations take the view
    That if the country's ruling class has picked
    A form of rule that can be somewhat strict,
    That's up to them. And Clinton went to say
    That there is nothing standing in the way
    Of being friends with them forevermore.
    Remind me, please: Why did we fight that war?

    Calvin Trillin

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