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    The Vietnam war was often described as a "formless war" and "frontless war," as it resembled no other war in history as seen by military theorists and historians.

    Thinking expansively, what sort of assumption needed to be made and what sort of values had to be honored in order to make such a formless and frontless war even possible let alone sustainable?

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    The Vietnam war was a formless and front less war. The American people did not want to be a part of this war. During this time, the youth revolted and protested heavily. For the first time in American history, draft cards were burned. Those of draft age enrolled in college to avoid being drafted. Many ran to Canada to avoid being drafted. Those who went tell of horrors unimaginable existence. Hollywood did not glamorize the war. Hollywood told what happened as accurately as ...

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    The solution discussed how the Vietnam war was often described as a "formless war" and "frontless war," as it resembled no other war in history as seen by military theorists and historians.

    Thinking expansively, what sort of assumption needed to be made and what sort of values had to be honored in order to make such a formless and frontless war even possible let alone sustainable?

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