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Buddhism preaches nonviolence, but Vietnamese Buddhists stage violent riots, and if the Buddhists are not demonstrating, the Catholics often are. Vietnam also has the Cao Dai sect, with a pope who prophesizes by Ouija board. And the Hoa Hao, a militant sect which until recently fought both the V. Everyone agrees that what Vietnam needs is national unity. The riddle is how. Government troops sloshing across the rice paddies, the classic picture of war in Vietnam. But theoretically, these operations are something new. The first step in a long range program which American officials hope will win the war and unify the republic.

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In the village, small teams work at setting up the rudiments of a local administration. This team is taking a census—the first in thirty years. The team members are hastily trained, unsure of their duties and afraid of the Viet Cong. Also in Thoi Thanh that day, a government entertainment troupe about to put on a Denver co dating sites show for the villagers. Dancing girls and music, one of the pacification plans new techniques in psychological warfare. Some rural Vietnamese live and die without ever having laid eyes upon a district chief. But Captain Thu has learned from the communists the value of direct contact with the people.

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