Vietnam — Banned, Suppressed or
Hard-to-Find Articles and Information
The great revolutionary struggle of the Vietnamese people for liberation from first French imperialism and then U.S. imperialism was one of the great events of the 20th century. Unfortunately, however, the regime that then came to power in Vietnam was run by oppressive bourgeois nationalists. Over the decades it has become more and more evident that what is called “socialism” in Vietnam, is actually nothing of the kind. Actual Marxist, revolutionary, and even democratic ideas are banned and suppressed there. It will be our goal on this site to locate and post news and information about this suppression of revolutionary and progressive ideas in Vietnam.
In addition, we will attempt to seek out and post documents here from outside Vietnam which expose and criticize the undemocratic and revisionist nature of the country at the present time.
If you know of additional documents that should be posted here, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Suppression of Revolutionary & Progressive Views in Vietnam:
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Foreign Commentary on Vietnam:
“Vietnam: Miscarriage of the Revolution”, a prescient and important unsigned article about the triumph of revisionism in Vietnam, which appeared in the RCP’s magazine Revolution, Vol. 4, No. 7-8, July/August 1979, 55 pages. So far as we know, this major critique of Vietnamese revisionism has not been reprinted and is not available elsewhere on the Internet. PDF Version (591 KB); MS Word (375 KB)
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