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Ubiquitous public broadcasting speakers filled early mornings and dusks with uplifting slogans. ’—these hovered between exhortation and report. Both prescriptive and descriptive, socialist realist murals suggested that an ideal, electrified, orderly, industrialised and civilised future had already been obtained. Freshly painted billboard images, which towered high and stretched wide inevitably caught the eye and displaced more dreary backdrops especially in rural areas. However, the communist view of themselves as temporally equivalent or more advanced than France, or other nationalist groups, had the greatest impact in areas where the party could mediate perceptions, which until 1975 had been far from everywhere.
Cafes, bars and eating establishments lined the streets and clustered around markets, transport terminals and the intersections of roads and waterways. In this time of economic crisis, unemployed workers, ruined traders and former RVN soldiers filled the cafes, smoking imported cigarettes, drinking coffee, listening to taped music and furtively arranging illicit commercial transactions. au 92 CHANDOS STREET ST LEONARDS NSW 2065 33 140 × 215 34 FRAGMENTS OF THE PRESENT books and records, bringing them to sell in a plethora of illicit open air markets that clogged traffic in the streets.
Like the two Phans, Ho Chi Minh had wielded this prestigious foreign ideology to excoriate domestic rivals. 24 The country’s extreme south was a very different political space, only settled by the Vietnamese in the seventeenth century. au 92 CHANDOS STREET ST LEONARDS NSW 2065 16 140 × 215 INTRODUCTION 17 Vietnamese settlers and sojourners, including the Khmer, southern Chinese, Malay and Europeans had established a significant local presence. Intellectually it was relatively heterogeneous. Ideologies such as Theravada, Mahayana, and Pure Land Buddhism, Islam and Christianity, along with secret societies and apocalyptic movements jostled side by side and rivalled neo-Confucianism, which never came close to establishing a hegemonic status in the region.