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Vietnam War / Socio-Political Thought & The Anti-War Movement
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An 8 page overview & discussion of the Vietnam War, relevant events, and the ensuing controversy that occurred domestically in the United States as a result of our participation. Radical conflict, militant civil rights, social activism (i.e., on U.S. college campuses), etc.; are among the many sub-topics explored. The writer is particularly concerned with assessing precisely what it is we have 'learned' from the Vietnam war. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Vietnam.doc

Vietnam War / The Role Women Played
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A 5 page essay on the role of women in the Vietnam War and how it is has changed how we look at women and war. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Namwom.doc

Vietnam War / The U.S., Ho Chi Minh, And Why We There
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The political objective of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV), embodied in Ho Chi Minh, was the unification of Vietnam under its rule, by force if necessary. In this 9 page paper, the writer discusses Ho Chi Minh's political nationalism, American objectives in Vietnam, world interests in South Asia, relevant debate, pertinent justification, and more. Bibliography lists approximately 6 sources.
Filename: Viethoch.doc

Vietnam War / The War We Could Not Win -- Why It Really Ended
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In this insightful 9 page paper, the writer discusses how utterly defeated the U.S. was by its enemies in Vietnam and how unable the America military was to protect itself from guerrilla warfare. It is argued that it was actually a combination of factors that led to U.S. withdrawal from Nam and no one singular event, group, or person was exclusively responsible. President Nixon played at least some role as did the wartime protesters, but neither achieved what we are commonly led to believe. The protesters were unsuccessful in changing the attitude of American politicians and the Presidency was unsuccessful in achieving any worthwhile conclusion to the War. In short, the U.S. was left with nothing else to do but withdraw. Specific events and political controversy from that troubled era are discussed in great detail. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Vietnend.doc

Vietnam War / U.S. Bombing Policy
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A 9 page analysis of the U.S. bombing policy in the Vietnam war, the subsequent loss of the war and other devastating results (human) due to the lack of a legitimate war strategy. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Vietbomb.doc

Vietnam War / Why It Was So Difficult to Fight
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This 5 page report discusses issues involved in the Vietnam war that made it unusually difficult to fight. The writer also illustrates how movies about the Vietnam 'experience' have colored Americans' view of the war. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Whydiffu2.doc


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