This is a response to Robert Buzzanco's article, "Fear and (Self) Loathing in Lubbock," which argued against views expressed by the author about the US-Vietnam War. This essay emphasizes the perspective of anticommunist Vietnamese, suggests a rationale for American policy decisions, and contextualizes the outcome of the war with human choices rather than with a scheme of historical inevitability.

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