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He Was the Head Waiter

4 ft. wide x 6 ft. tall Acrylic on Canvas. The painting accuses America (its government and its national will) of avoiding the real war in Vietnam. America was so afraid (cowardly) of China that it refused to mount a ground offensive against the real enemy--North Vietnam. The lesson we should have known long before the war is that you cannot defeat an enemy by kicking its dog.