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9 Now, with North Vietnamese coming at him and dead lying around him, Poe showed that talent for fighting again. He pulled the pin out of a grenade on his belt, waited a second, and then tossed it quickly down the hill. The tiny bomb exploded right in front of several oncoming enemy soldiers. He threw another. 10 Poe glanced again down the hill. The groaning from North Vietnamese fighters below him had stopped. A wisp of smoke curled up toward him. Still, Poe assumed that more North Vietnamese forces were regrouping farther down near the town; they outnumbered his men significantly, and he had hardly killed all of the communist troops.

25 American partners such as Thailand also viewed Laos as an essential buffer against the spread of communism; the Thais would send whole divisions to war in Laos. 26 Reflecting American officials舗 growing interest in Laos, the New York Times devoted more than three times the newspaper space, in column inches, to Laos in 1960, the year Kennedy was elected, than it did to Vietnam. 27 The Times had devoted more space to Laos even though the administration of Eisenhower舗s predecessor, Harry S. Truman, had allowed France to try to reclaim its Indochinese colonies after World War II, and the Eisenhower administration had played an essential role in keeping France fighting as long as it did in Vietnam by paying for over 75 percent of the French war effort.

Lair assumed that the growing American presence in Southeast Asia, which included not only increased aid for the non-communist government in Laos but also American training for the South Vietnamese military, an increasingly close relationship with Thailand舗s ruling generals, and a mutual defense agreement with Cambodia, would strengthen the freedoms of people in the region. The US presence in Southeast Asia could work, Lair thought, as long as Washington kept a light footprint in the operation.

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