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Nixon “Vietnamese” the War January 1969…Vietnam is his focus….He wanted an “honorable  peace.” Chuck Colson- prison ministries…one of Nixon’s associates who  went to Jail and met Christianity there….. The Nixon Doctrine…”Vietnamese”…..Anti-war protests (called  ‘bums’ by Nixon) continued…October 1969 National Vietnam  Moratorium Day… November 3, 1969…. “the Silent Majority”….Spiro Agnew- VP at  the time, he will later resign…. My Lai Massacre…Early 1970…the event occurred March 16,  1968 in which an army unit killed 305 innocent civilians of My Lai 
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Unformatted text preview: (in South Vietnam)….the public was outraged!!!! By January 1970, Vietnam became the longest war… April 29, 1970 Nixon widened the war…Cambodia…. Kent State- Ohio, May 4, 1970 National Guard fired into the crowd killing 4 students, and many others were injured…. AA protests….many African Americans were starting to realize they were the majority that were killed, but they were a minority of the population….June, 1971…the Pentagon Papers…Daniel Ellsberg…. .a study of Vietnam from Kennedy and LBJ’s administration…. ....
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  • Chuck Colson­ prison, Nixon’s associates, ….Spiro Agnew­ VP, Nixon Doctrine…, Kent State­ Ohio

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