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Did America ever lose a war?

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Answered 2011-09-12 15:48:18

yes and no we lost Vietnam but it was vietnams war not ours if it was ours we would have been our war we would have been more determined because more would have been at stake unlike losing Vietnam where America wasnt effected by the loss

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