Different reactions in the USA to the Vietnam conflict.

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Throughout the war there were two very clear reactions from the American population to the country's involvement in Vietnam; the pro-war (supporters of the war) and the anti-war (non-supporters of the war). Thousands of people "changed sides" from one to the other as the conflict progressed. The government paid little attention to them however at the end of the war the main factor of the US's withdrawal and loss was the lack of support from …

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…War in the beginning, through the horrific sights which were broadcast was actually promoting anti-war beliefs. It is not known what president Kennedy who oversaw the start of the war would have done and whether he had some other plan for Vietnam, as he was assassinated. The view of the war through the eyes of modern film makers and throughout the study of this topic I feel in support of the opposers of the War.