Brian Lubnow PSA 3

Brian Lubnow PSA 3 - Brian Lubnow T-Th 8-9:15 PSA #3: The...

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Brian Lubnow T-Th 8-9:15 PSA #3: The Agony of Vietnam 1. This sample of primary sources showed how opposed both American soldiers, and civilians were to the Vietnam War. Even many of the soldiers who volunteered, rather than getting drafted were generally against US involvement according to these sources. The main opposition was that the US had no real business intervening in the first place, some, like Eugene stated in his response, believed that “we were fighting to protect those businesses.” Only one of the other sources really disagrees with Eugene’s statement. Some Americans remained behind the cause for war, and agreed that “if the French hadn’t helped us in the American Revolution, then we wouldn’t have won” (Mike). Supporters believed in this preservation of freedom, but based on this small sample of responses to the war, it appears that the majority of Americans, especially civilians, sided with Eugene. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course HIST 1116 at Virginia Tech.

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