During the Cold War, the United States of America was determined to act as the superior nation in the world. They believed that every country was inferior to them in regards to military power, economic stability and moral beliefs. After the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy, the Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson took over in Washington. He was pressured to follow through on the late President's programs and policies on Vietnam which involved
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6. Hoopes, p.5.
7. Hoopes, p.7.
8. Allan E. Goodman, The Lost Peace. (Stanford, 1978), p.12.
9. Hoopes, p.2
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11. Hoopes, p.5.
12. Hoopes, p.8.
13. Hoopes, p.8.
14. Hoopes, p.12.
15. Hoopes, p.13.
16. Hoopes, p.14.
17. Hoopes, p.15.
18. Hoopes, p.16.
19. Hoopes, p.17.
20. Hoopes, Op.cit., p.17
21. The Pentagon Papers. (Boston:Beacon Press) vol.3,p.715.
22. Hoopes, p.18.
23. Hoopes, Op.cit.,p.19.
24. Larry Berman, Lyndon Johnson's War.(New York,1989),p.9.
25. The Pentagon Papers.(Boston:Beacon Press) vol.4,p.641.