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What authority did the tonkin Gulf Resolution grant to the US president?

it granted Johnson broad military powers in Vietnam




What year did the gulf of Tonkin resolution pass?

The Gulk of Tonkin Resolution was passed on August 7, 1964. It gave president Johnson the authority to use a military base in the region of Southeast Asia.


What did the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution do to Presidential powers?

It gave President Johnson the authority to use whatever military might he wanted to use to defeat North Vietnam.


Which congressional action gave president Johnson broad military powers that expanded the conflict in Vietnam in 1964?

On August 7, 1964, Congress signed the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, also known as the Southeast Asia Resolution. This mandate gave President Johnson and his administration the power to escalate the United State's military involvement in Vietnam. Since there was already a growing number of outspoken critics against Johnson's conduct in the Vietnam war, this congressional mandate was a strong point of contention.




A resolution giving Johnson authority to retaliate militarily in Vietnam?

The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution gave President Lyndon B. Johnson the authority to aid any Southeast Asian country being threatened by communist aggression. He used this as justification for open warfare against North Vietnam.


Who gave President Johnson the authority to lead the US into war with Vietnam if he deemed necessary?

Congress gave the President that authority by passing the "Gulf of Tonkin Resolution."


Why did president Johnson want the Tonkin gulf resolution passed?

To expand the U.S. military presence in Vietnam


What was it that granted the U.S. President broad military powers in Vietnam?

The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in 1964 gave U.S. President Johnson any military force necessary to protect U.S. interests. The "War Powers Resolution" in 1973, which over-rode President Nixon's veto, restricted the President's power, without "Congressional Approval." The WPR was brought about by President Nixon's ground campaigns in Cambodia & Laos in 1970 and 1971, respectively.


What power did Johnson gain after the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution?

The power to use all of his military might to subdue North Vietnam, if he wanted to.


What was the view of US President Lyndon B. Johnson on President Harry Truman's ability to deploy US troops?

President Johnson held the belief that former US President, Harry Truman had the authority to deploy US troops abroad to protect American interests. He had defended Truman's decision to do this in 1950. Johnson did believe however, that Truman made a mistake by not requesting a congressional resolution to do so. What is of extreme importance in this was that Johnson believed that Truman made a political mistake, it was not a constitutional error.


What was the name given to the us backed invasion?

The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution enabled the United States to conduct military operations in Vietnam without declaring war. This resolution was enacted by Congress at the behest of then President Johnson.


Did Lynden Johnson violate the constitution during Vietnam War?

Not any more than any other US president may have (at that time); LBJ had congressional approval via the Tonkin Gulf Resolution.


How did the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution lead to greater involvement in Vietnam?

It passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which granted President Lyndon B. Johnson the authority to assist any Southeast Asian country whose government was considered to be jeopardized by "communist aggression".


What law did president Lyndon B. Johnson have passed?

Concerning Vietnam, he received a go ahead to use military force, via the Gulf of Tonkin resolution.


Who gave President Johnson the right for the US to engage in war with Vietnam?

The Congress of the United States authorized Johnson to use "military force" in order to defend Vietnam. This was done with the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. It was not a formal declaration of war.


What did Gulf of Tonkin Resolution state?

== == EDIT: The U.S.President to help in the war ~provided by W.A.RThe Gulf of Tonkin Resolution authorized President Lyndon B. Johnson to use military force in Southeast Asia. It was signed into law on August 10, 1964.



How did the congressional elections of 1866 affect Johnson and the Congress?

The Congressional Election of 1866 affected Johnson and the Congress by upsetting the power. The Republicans won and captured enough seats that they could override any of Johnson's vetoes.




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