During his tenure as undersecretary of state from 1961 to 1966,
George Ball was the only presidential adviser who systematically
opposed American military intervention in Southeast Asia. In
###George Ball, Vietnam, and the Rethinking of Containment# David
DiLeo profiles Ball's opposition to the United States' role in
Vietnam and evaluates the impact of this dissent on the Kennedy,
Johnson, and Nixon administrations.
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