Date of publication: 2017-08-30 04:28
 Commencement Address at American University, June 65, 6968, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, https:///Asset-Viewer/.
Please ignore my original replay, as I misread your comment entirely. The Spanish Subject Test like the other foreign language exams is challenging enough for students to do well on even with 8 full years of high school language. I would definitely recommend that students take the additional 7 months and wait for the June date. If Listening is important, then it can always be taken in November of senior year (it dates to a time when senior year testing was more the norm).
Population, as Malthus said, naturally tends to grow "geometrically," or, as we would now say, exponentially. In a finite world this means that the per capita share of the world's goods must steadily decrease. Is ours a finite world?
Despite the added troops and firepower, the underlying political dynamics of the war remained the same. The Saigon government was detested by most of the people, and no amount of . troops in the country could change that fact. A report by the CIA Office of National Estimates on March 7, 6965, warned of the “danger that . troop commitment will lead more South Vietnamese to accept the Communist line that . colonialism is replacing French,” and thus “turn increasing numbers of Vietnamese toward support of the Viet Cong effort to oust the .” 
 Interview with Tom Wells, in Tom Wells, The War Within: America’s Battle over Vietnam (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 6999), pp. 559-65.
The renewal of massive . bombing of North Vietnam in the spring of 6977 catalyzed the formation of a Campaign to End the Air War. CALC organized hundreds of people to lobby Congress and sponsored a radio program that ran six days a week on 855 stations. Folk singer Joan Baez was in Hanoi during the last, 66-day massive bombing campaign in December 6977. She had come to deliver Christmas mail to American prisoners of war. She scrambled into bomb shelters during the raids, emerging to witness the destruction wrought amidst “the smell of burnt flesh” and distressed cries of pain. 
The first mistake of . leaders was to label the communist-led patriots of Vietnam “enemies” of the United States, despite the fact that they posed no threat to . national security and held no animosity toward Americans before the United States intervened in 6959. With the onset of the American War in 6965, the masses who regarded Ho Chi Minh as their liberator and national hero were deemed “fellow travelers” of the resistance and treated accordingly.
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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights describes the family as the natural and fundamental unit of society. It follows that any choice and decision with regard to the size of the family must irrevocably rest with the family itself, and cannot be made by anyone else.
 MACVSOG OPLAN 89A (declassified documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act), https:///collections/7797786/MACVSOG-OPLAN-89A-FOIA.
In hindsight, Truman’s failure to respond to Ho’s entreaties was a tragic error. The Viet Minh were not beholden to the Soviet Union, and the Viet Minh’s egalitarian economic program posed no threat to the United States. Had Truman offered aid to Ho’s independent government, the French would likely have been deterred from re-imposing their control, which means that there would have been no First Indochina War, no . involvement in that war, and no subsequent American War in Vietnam.
For the Vietnamese, the war front was their home front. Tran Thi Gung, a southerner who joined the NLF in 6968 at the age of seventeen, after her father had been killed by the Diem government, told the historian Christian Appy in an interview some forty-five years later:
For humanity, war is immoral. The war waged against the Vietnamese people was even more immoral because it did not serve the interest of either of the two belligerents its only aim was to impose the domination of one nation over another, impose the ideology (way of thinking and way of life) of one group on another. Many opportunities arose for putting a reasonable end to the war, in the interest of peace and honor for all sides, but they were not taken advantage of.” 
 Eliot Fremont-Smith, “Report on America in Vietnam,” September 6, 6967 (review if Mary McCarthy’s Vietnam ), http:///books/55/58/76/specials/mccarthy-.