The Vietnam War HIS 135 - Vietnam War 1 Affect of the...

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Vietnam War 1 Affect of the Vietnam War The Vietnam War HIS/135 University of Phoenix Online Jonathan Tietz November 1, 2009
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Vietnam War 2 The Vietnam War had a major impact on the United States ranging from politics, families, college students and a mental aspect overall. This paper will describe the connection between student’s unrest and the war and how each one affected the other. The paper will also talk about the political and social outcomes at the end of the Vietnam War. There was confusion amongst young people as to why the United States was fighting in Vietnam. No one ever knew why peace talks were brought about and they always failed and the people could not be told what America was fighting for. During the Vietnam War, there were many protests that were being held at colleges and universities all over the US. The protest came about when the government came up with the draft. President Nixon wanted to come up with a way to get more people into the military. According to Wikipedia, Nixon’s first thought was to have a volunteer military where the people
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