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How did the United States become involved in Southeast Asia?

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* Inititally to assist its ally, France, in their struggle to maintain their colonial holdings in Vietnam. * Subsequently, to honor treaty obligations with the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam). * Involvement was thought to be necessary to prevent communism from taking control completely in that area (see The Domino Effect).

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