Ten-Point Manifesto Analysis

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Ten-Point Manifesto from National Liberation Front for South Vietnam (The NLF) in Jeremi Sun’s book The Global Revolutions of 1968 was used in this paper as a textual primary source. The NLF produced its Ten-Point Manifesto in December, 1960. The visual primary sources used in this paper include a poster of Japan-Asia Quarterly Review, 1982 (Fig. 1), and pictures taken by unknown authors during Japan’s Anti-Vietnam War Movement from1965 to 1972 (Fig. 2, 3, 4).

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