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Vietnam Presentation

Vietnam: The Political, Sociological and Psychological Implications This week you find out that not everyone was against the war in Vietnam. There were diverse opinions about the war and America's involvement just as there are diverse opinions about America�s involvement in Iraq. For this project, pretend y

Vietnam: The Political, Sociological and Psychological Implications

Your response to the questions below should be composed in complete sentences and paragraphs and be 200-300 words in length. 1. What effect do you think demonstrations against Vietnam had on bringing the war to a close? 2. If there were demonstrations now against the Iraq War, how might they be similar and how might they

The Vietnam War

Describe the connection between student unrest and the Vietnam War and how did they affect each other. Explain political and social outcomes of the end of the Vietnam War. Use at least 2 sources to support the response; one related to the connection of student unrest and the war and another related to the political and social ou

Vietnam Veterans

Please provide assistance with the following questions: 1. Identify vulnerable population of Vietnam veterans 2. Describe demographics of Vietnam Veterans on national level 3. Effect of Vietnam veterans on healthcare. Any help will be much appropriated. Thank you.

Essays in American HIstory

Choosing 2 out of the 5 questions below, provide an essay discussion that follows APA guidelines. 1. The sixties was a decade of change.  It started off with great optimism and ended in disillusionment.   Describe the social attitudes of the late 50's early 60's and the emergence of the various reform groups which challeng

Most significant events are posed.

This job offers about about one social, economic, or political event from each of the following decades, World War II?1950s McCarthyism, 1960s Kennedy's New Frontier, 1970s Nixon's Politics, 1980s Reagan's Economics, and 1990s?that you think had a more powerful impact on the American people than other events within the same deca

A sample time in history to recreate is modeled.

You will have the opportunity to change a piece of history. This task selects a historical event of your choosing from the text or other source to address the following: What is the event? Why did you select this particular event? Be specific (i.e., what is it about this event/era that interests you enough to want to

Vietnam War dissent

This job offers ideas and research about how dissent for the Vietnam War manifested in America.

Vietnam War

Please help me so that I can complete the following assignment - Write a word paper addressing the following points: Describe the connection between student unrest and the Vietnam War, noting how each affected the other. Explain the political and social outcomes of the end of the Vietnam War. Use at least two resourc

The Vietnam War

Hello, I have to write a paper addressing a few points about the Vietnam War. I have everything else that I need but need help with the following points: 1)Describe the connection between student unrest and the Vietnam War (noting how each affected the other). 2)Explain the political and social outcomes of the end of the Vietnam

US and the Vietnam War are correlated.

This job offers some good information for this question: 3) While most Americans persist in the belief that the United States lost the war in Vietnam, there is considerable evidence to suggest that the U.S. military and intelligence services, operating under the political and diplomatic constraints imposed on them by politici

US policy on Vietnam from 1950s through 1972

The United States stumbled into a shaky government inthe 1950s and the unvarying policy of every subsequent administration was to do what was necessary to prevent the collaspse of that government. They were doing so not because they anticipated victory but because they saw no alternative. However high the costs of intervention

What's your role in making history of 1960s?

I need to interview somebody who was born between 1945 and 1953 to find out what was going on in his or her life at the time of the following events: -The Civil Rights March on Washington, where Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his "I have a dream speech" (August, 1963) -The JFK Assassination (Nov, 1963) -The Beatles appear

Why did the U.S. eventually withdraw from Vietnam w/out achieving its objective?

By 1968, the United States had committed up to 500,000 troops and some of the most advanced weapons of war to the military effort in Vietnam. Yet Americans forces were unable to prevail. How does Tim o'Brien's "If I Die in a Combat Zone" help us to understand why the United States eventually withdrew from Vietnam without achiev