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After WWII the Vietminh, led by Ho Chi Minh, an admirer of the U.S. and its Declaration of Independence, seized

control of Vietnam in the hopes of making Vietnam an independent republic. The Vietnam war of the 1960s may have been avoided if:

a. The U.S. honored its commitment to France as a valuable ally

b. The U.S. had succeeded in assassinating Ho Chi Minh and established U.S. control over Vietnam

c. The U.S. had responded positively to Ho Chi Minh's request for America to support the Vietnamese people's struggle against the French, who were attempting to forcefully take it over as a French colony

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