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North Vietnam was a communist country at one point of time. North Vietnam stopped being a communist country in 1976.

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Communist North Vietnam was trying to take over the non-communist country of South Vietnam. The US fought North Vietnam to stop them.


To prevent the communist take over of the NON-communist Republic of South Vietnam, by Communist NORTH Vietnam.


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North of current Vietnam? Communist China.


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Yes. North Vietnam being adjacent to China did become Communist prior to our involvement in the war.


To stop communist North Vietnam from taking over the non-communist country of South Vietnam.


Preventing Communist North Vietnam from taking over the Free Non communist country of South Vietnam.


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To defend South Vietnam from the oppression of the Communist North Vietnam.


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