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Q: What was the reaction at home to the Vietnam War?
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Reaction to Vietnam war?

Protesting and dodging the draft.


What were the homefront reactions to the Vietnam War?

The criticism of the war in Vietnam started out mainly as a conservative reaction to President Johnson


What was the Vietnamese' peoples reaction to the war in Vietnam?

they were very sad and Hungary :(


What was the reaction to the Vietnam War?

Answer the Americans where split in to 2 diffrent groups por war for the war and anti-war


What was the U.S public reaction to the Vietnam war in the mid 1960s?

The Vietnam war was from 1972 to 1853, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ WOW! Whoever wrote this is a dumbwad! LOL


What was Americas Reaction to Vietnam America?

America's reaction to the war, was largely due to the draft, protests and riots.


In reaction to the growing opposition to war in Vietnam President Johnson announced in 1968 that he would?

negotiate with North Vietnam


Describe how the vietnam war affected americans at home?

The Vietnam War affected the Americans at home due to civilian loss of life, about 415,000 lives.


What year did Vietnam veterans have their welcome home parade?

the Vietnam war veterans welcom home parade was in 1987.


On what day did the US return home from the Vietnam War?

29 March 1973. SEE: Statistics on Vietnam War.


What was the western worlds reaction to the Vietnam War?

They didn't want it to escalate into a nuclear war; then they'd be involved.


Why were people objecting to the Vietnam war?

People objected to the Vietnam war as it was the first televised war and civilians at home could see the true horrors of war

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