Bill Lawrence was in college when the massacre at My Lai was reported in the news. At first, Bill did not believe
that American soldiers could commit such atrocities. Later, when it became clear that they had, he felt the first stirrings of a call to public service. He began to follow the progress of President Nixon's Vietnamization policy, and to form his political philosophy.
Choose the false statement about consequences of President Nixon's Vietnamization policy.
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