When nixon had realized towards the end of his

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Unformatted text preview: ume responsibility for that development." Nixon's foreign policy known as the Nixon Doctrine, the main point of the Nixon Doctrine was to take responsibility in aiding any country that was threatened by communist aggression. This did not mean the U.S. would take direct military action but would aid the threatened country so long as they were willing to supply the manpower. Nixon's first action was focused on Vietnamization, the goal of helping Vietnam to develop "a stronger administration, a stronger economy, stronger military forces, and stronger police for internal security" (Nixon 372). When Nixon had realized he was losing the public support in the progress of Vietnamization he had introduced attempted to use the Paris Peace Accords as a tool to maintain his support. The stalemate that was taking place in Vietnam was...
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2013 for the course PHIL 40118 taught by Professor Lott during the Winter '12 term at Loyola New Orleans.

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