Asked in Vietnam War
What role did television play in increasing Americans doubts about the war effort?
Vietnam was the first war in history that played out nightly on national television. The pictures and video from the war zone were shocking to many Americans and caused disillusionment for our role in the fighting.
What is the effect on the effort force of increasing distance?
I think this is the answer: The effect on the effort force when increasing the distance is the bigger the distance the less effort force required. ...
If the effort distance is increased by an inclined plane will the effort force decrease?
actually, the effort force would be decreasing, and the effort distance would be increasing! ...
How did African Americans help the northern war effort?
African Americans fought on both sides of the conflict African Americans fought on both sides of the conflict ...
Did the advertising industry help develop a consumer economy?
Yes, and noteworthy in this effort was the effort made on children's TV and product branding. ...
The frequency of elections in the United States reduces voter turnout by what?
increasing the personal effort needed to participate in all elections
The frequency of elections in the US reduces voter turnout by?
d. increasing the personal effort needed to participate in all elections.
How did the Battle of Saratoga change the relationship between the French and the Americans?
It changed the relationship considerably for the Americans. The French had never believed that the Americans could defeat the British until the battle of Saratoga so they helped support the Americans in their effort even more and Allied themselves to the American Revolution openly against the United Kingdom. They dedicated the French Navy and 10,000 troops to the effort. ...