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Mainly, people disagreed with the use of agent orange during the war because it has a bad effect on the health of those in South Vietnam at the time, as it highly increased the risk of cancer and other diseases. Many innocent civilians died because of it. People also disagreed with its usage because of it's harmful effects on the South Vietnamese Jungle, as it destroyed jungle foliage in order to help find Vietcong fighters.

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Some "construction workers (hard hats)" made the news during the war, supporting the fighting men in Vietnam; some muscle was used during this support.

He did lot's of things but some reasons were he starved them or he just put them in work camps or just killed them

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During the Vietnam War . Australia attitude towards Asia was cool one aas some countries sided with Vietnam, including Russia and India.

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They disagreed because they were not free and did not agree with there rules. This is why they disagreed with the leaders of Massachusetts. <3333

The Australians deployed Infantry, Artillery, some aviation assets, and a full squadron of Centurion battle tanks to Vietnam.

Vietnam veterans, Hippies, and some politicians.

during the Vietnam era 1963-1975 some time around there

Two reasons: 1. The experience was to horrible for them. 2. They didn't do anything there to talk about.

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NO- the actual War occurred after he left office. He did send some military advisers to Vietnam and started the idea of US involvement there.

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Its during the Vietnam War so some where in between 1959 and 1974

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