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and china. we finally decided that what we were talking about doing was going to war with china under the conditions that were appallingly disadvantageous. murtagh not going to war with her thousands of miles from the heart of her were making -- of our warmaking capacity and it frankly made little sense to the men that had to do the fighting. i was more than pleased to see general ridgway take the initiative and it took moral courage to do it and say let's take a look at this. >> do you think the conditions in south vietnam, the conditions mentioned in this statement are more favorable to conduct of the war the north vietnam? is the terrain more favorable, are the conditions more favorable is the terrain easier to maneuver? >> there is one factor. >> the communication lines would come from china and supply would be much longer so there was a bit of an advantage but this is of almost minimal import. environmental conditions are no doubt just as costly and south vietnam as it would've been a north vietnam. >> your conclusion was it might probably lead to a confrontation with china and i
china. we finally decided when we were all true what we were talking about doing was going to war with red china under conditions that were appallingly disadvantageous. we were talking about going to war with her thousands and thousands of myles from the heart of war-making capacity. it frankly made little sense to a man that had a good deal of flanking. so i was more than pleased to see general ridge way make the initiative. it took more courage to do as he did, say let's take a look at this. it makes little sense to do it. >> do you think the conditions in south have i et nanl, the conditions mentioned in this statement are any more favorable to conduct of a war than in north vietnam? is the terrain more favorable? are the conditions more favorable? is the terrain easier to maneuver modern weapons in? >> no, there's but one factor. the lines of supply, the communication lines that would come from china and the logistical support that comes from china are much longer. this is of almost minimum -- not great import. conditions are just as disagreeable. environmental conditions are
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