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America and the World:THE VIETNAM WARBY: SHATARI WILBURN
Overview: How the U.S. came involved with the Vietnam War How the political, military, and social outcomes of the end of the war in Vietnam
U.S. Involvement in the Vietnam War1950- The United States begins to help the French with money and supplies.
THE U.S INVOLVEMENT1953-President Dwight D. Eisenhower asks for $60 million to aid the French.1954- The United States is paying for 80% of the war between the French and the Vietnamese communists.
The U.S. InvolvementPresident Harry Truman began covertly authorizing support for the French in their attempt to retake Indochina by giving them money and supplies in an effort to suppress the rebellion.
The OutcomeSociallyAfter the Vietnam War, many people had a huge loss of confidence in the U.SThe biggest social impact was the use of protesting.Our race diversity began to change as well EconomicallyThe factories that were usually used to make consumer goods,

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