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    Explanation of the political and social outcomes of the end of the war in Vietnam in the 1970's.

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    POLITICAL:
    The war led to treaties and special meetings, such as the Paris Peace Accords and the Geneva Conference. The Geneva Conference was the summer of 1954.

    Communists gained control of Vietnam and communism spread throughout the country. This led to a different form of government for their people.

    Ho Chi Min took over and declared Vietnams's independence from France in 1954 - Vietnam was divided into North and South Vietnam (this could be considered a social result as well). The north was communist led by Ho Chi Min and the south had an anti-communist government ...

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