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Answered 2008-07-04 05:59:58

Troops sent to protect the interests of a corrupt south Vietnamese government were only good for the interests of weapons manufacturers there was no chance from the outset that this war was going to be won. It was in fact a crime against humanity that the united states and its allies will never have to answer for because they are too powerful. And i any case its doubtful that anyone really cares any way.

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