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Vietnamese Civil Servants Look at Their Bureaucracy, Undated

Item Number: 6-20-19E-116-UA17-95_000443
 Document
Language
English
Number of Pages
35
Digital Object Type
Document
Credit
MSU Archives and Historical Collections
Author(s)
Unknown
Original Repository
Michigan State University Archives & Historical CollectionsWesley R. Fishel Papers (UA 17.95)Box 1193, Folder 44
Reporductions
Educational use only, no other permissions given. Copyright to this resource is held by Michigan State University and is provided here for educational purposes only. It may not be reproduced or distributed in any format without written permission of the MSU Archives & Historical Collections.
Restriction
MSU grant exchange. The original item# we assigned was replaced to match the PDF filename on 25APR2016. Original Item# UA179511934462019E is retained for reference in Coll/Bx/Fldr/Doc fields.
Physical Location
Box 1193, Folder 44; Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

General Note / OCR

This document contains a rough draft of a paper by an unknown author studying how South Vietnamese bureaucrats view their government. The study is intended to give further information in "determining the success of [sic] failure of the United States aid program and in deciding the outcome of the Communist bid for the peasants' allegiance." It is also hoped that the study "will contribute to the development of theories of bureaucratic behavior in emerging countries." The sources cited in the report include works by the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group, Wesley Fishel, Frank C. Child, and John T. Dorsey.

Pub Credit Line
6-20-19E-116-UA17-95_000443, Wesley R. Fishel Papers, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 21 May 2013 [Updated: 13 Jan 2016]