What do the communists really want in vietnam? It’s a frequent question in Washington these days. And the answer? Some officials say it all depends on which communists you mean. The Hanoi Reds, the argument goes, want one things. The Chinese Reds want another. The Russian comrades still another. I find this thinking rather naive. Communists in Hanoi, Peking, or Moscow may have different ideas as to what can be in Vietnam or how to do it. But they all want the same thing: a communists victory and an American defeat.
example, when an author says that someone is servile, the reader is sure that the author is expressing an opinion since he uses a bad connotative word. (some words always have positive or negative connotation while others take on meanings in the text, by association with other words)