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Discussion of the Vietnam Situation by Dr. Reeves, Dr. Brookover, and Dr. Ross, n.d.

Item Number: 6-20-1893-116-UA17-234_000004
 Document
Language
English
Number of Pages
61
Digital Object Type
Document
Credit
MSU Archives and Historical Collections
Author(s)
Ross, Bill
Original Repository
Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections Ralph H. Smuckler. Papers. (UA17-234) File Drawer.
Reporductions
Educational use only, no other permissions given. U.S. and international copyright laws may protect this item. Commercial use or distribution of this digital object is not permitted without written permission of the Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections.
Restriction
MSU grant exchange. The original item# we assigned was replaced to match the PDF filename on 25APR2016. Original Item# UA17-2346201893 is retained for reference in Coll/Bx/Fldr/Doc fields.
Physical Location
Box __, Folder __; Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Dates

  • Existence: Majority of material found within No Date

General Note / OCR

A piece is written by Doctors Bill Ross, anthropologist, and Floyd Reeves, advisor to MSU President John Hannah, upon their visit and tour of MSUG operations in Vietnam. They discuss general topics such as their arrival and greeting, the organization of personnel, sections, and the delegation of responsibilities within MSUG, as well as tours of MSU facilities and dinner events with MSU hosts. Their tone concerning their crowded schedule and what they observe is somewhat critical. They go on to discuss issues relating to the Montagnards and what political progress has been made in the areas of land reform, education, and refugee resettlement. Ross and Reeves make a heavily-guarded trip to some of the rural areas around Dalat and give their impressions of village households and lifestyles.

Pub Credit Line
6-20-1893-116-UA17-234_000004, Ralph H. Smuckler Papers, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 27 Jan 2015 [Updated: 13 Jan 2016]