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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 21, 1971

H ELP.. 9 1
THE FREE ARTS FAIR
WANTSYO
The Free Arts Fair is sponsored by The Free U and
UAC. It provides an opportunity for students and
local talent to sell and display their art at no cost
on East University from July 21 -24.
*WE NEED YOUR HELP IN THE
FOLLOWING AREAS:
1) WED.-SAT., JULY 21-24 (10 a.m.-
10 p.m.) People to Staff an Inforna-
Booth-We're Desperate
2) SUN., JULY 25-CLEAN-UP
For more information, call 764-7416
7 E T S

Early plans reported on
Vie iam n clear device

NEW YORK uP) - The Na-
tional Review has published
what it says are secret govern-
ment documents on Vietnam
which show that the U.S. de-
fense department had a contin-
gency plan for the "demonstra-
tion drop" of a nuclear device
in Indochina as early as 1954.
The conservative magazine
said the use of nuclear weap-
ons was again proposed by the
- 1
AIRPORT
LIMOUSIN ES
for information call
971-3700
Tickets are available
at Travel Bureaus or
the Michigan Union
32 Trips Day

military in 1962 and that ano-
ther document, dated Feb. 12,
1965, indicates the proposal "re-
mained alive within the mili-
tary as w1ll as at least one sec-
tion of the intelligence c o m-
munities."
Titled "The Secret Papers
TheysDidn't Publish," the July
27 issue at the magazine said
the documents were from far
more extensive files and h a d
not been among the pentagon
papers published in the Ne w
New York Times and the Wash-
ineton Past.
However, the National Re-
view did not say whether i t s
documents were part of the
Pentagon study of the Vietnam
war w h i c h Defense Secretary
Robert S. MeNamara initiated.
Among the 14 documents the
magazine printed was one say-
mg that the Cenrt lIntelligence
Agency siCIA )sat warni dte
d e t es s e department in 1963
that a protracted sear in Viet-

nam would sharply divide t he
American public, with an even-
tual loss of their support.
The conservative magazine,
whose publisher is columnist
William F. Buckley Jr., pub-
lished what it described as a
1963 CIA psychological assess-
ment, favoring "Short Term
Warfarfe" of 12 to 24 months
in Vietnam.
Another of the documents was
reported to be a handwritten
summary by Secretary of State
Dean Rusk of a conference on
Feb. 10, 1965, that resulted in
the decision not to ask for
a declaration of war against
the Viet Cong's National Lib-
eration Front and North Viet-
nam.
The reasons given in the doc-
ument included:
-The Tonkin Gulf resolu-
tion was sufficient "for a short
term effort," and a deetara-
tion of war "would become de-
sirs-hf only if war were to last
for y
-Commitment of U.S. troops
by the President without a de-
claration "has ample pre-
cedents (over 100 times?).
A declarat ion "conjures up
preospet of u of atomic
see-paps which we do not want
A teisi istaccompanying
the issue of the magazine said
the documents were made
available "in protest against
what the informant held to be
distorted impressions conveyed
by the documents published in
The New York Times."
See NATIONAL, Page 6

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