The Vietnamese economic reforms of the 1980s and 1990s were accompanied
by a number of significant reversals among state social scientists
writing on the legacy of pre-socialist alternatives in southern Vietnam. After
the failed attempt to carry the momentum of military victory into the project
of post-war economic development, Vietnam's communist leaders identified
"voluntarism" and lack of attention to "objective conditions" as the key
weaknesses of their economic unification policies....[Show more]
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