The Anti-War Movement
United States participation in the Vietnam War was a subject of much debate among the American public. While many Americans supported the United States involvement in the War, in agreement with the Government that American assistance was needed in order to stop the spread of Communism, other people felt that it was immoral for the United States to involve itself in another country's internal matters.
The antiwar movement
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support for Johnson and Nixon, especially by the informed public. Thus, from the beginning of the US involvement in Indochina's affairs, the antiwar movement in the US from 1965-1971 was the most significant movement of its kind in the nation's history.
McMahon, Robert J. Major Problems in the History of the Vietnam War. D.C. Heath and Company. Lexington, MA: 1995.
Radical Times: The Antiwar Movement of the 1960s. www.library.thinkquest.org