Vietnam War And Student unrest

Vietnam War And Student unrest - Vietnam War And Student...

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Vietnam War And Student unrest The Vietnam War is considered by some scholars to be a black spot on the United States' white shirt. There is no doubt that it raised countless controversial issues. There were people who supported the war; there were people who protested the war. A specific group of people who protested the war was college students. During this time period, there was a high level of student unrest. However, there were also other factors that resulted from the Vietnam War. There are countless political and social outcomes that have plagued the United States. Although there were some positive outcomes, most would impact the United States negatively. The following paragraphs will focus on the connection between student unrest and the Vietnam War, as well as the political and social outcome of the end of the Vietnam War. The major connection between student unrest and the Vietnam War involves the military draft. During the time of the war, every male student was required to register for the selective service on his eighteenth birthday. He would be eligible for draft for the following two years; as casualty
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2010 for the course ACB zz123 taught by Professor Raj during the Spring '10 term at Acton School of Business.

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