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hippies protested against the Vietnam War because they wanted peace

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See Websites: Statistics About the Vietnam War. Note-Some sources say in excess of 16 million people either protested the war or dodged the draft.



No way. Many people were against the war and protested it. in fact, there are many songs from the 60s that are about protesting the war.


See website: Anti-War Protests


A large number of Americans did not support the Vietnam war and actively protested against it. There were changing messages from the government regarding why American involvement was necessary and many people believed it was not.


I was doing a project on this, and I think it ended after the Vietnam war in 1973, do to the war being heavily protested and rioted against.


There were far too many Americans to count who protested against the Vietnam War. In fact, most of the protests occurred in the United States, with only one having taken place outside of the US (Chile, to be precise).


The world reacted in various different ways to the Vietnam War. For example, in the USA, some people protested the war.


Most religious people were (and are) against war.



The military draft was the real MAIN reason for the protests.


Ohio University and the University of California.


"There were frequent protests against the Vietnam war during the 60s and 70s." Or "He protested his innocence, saying he had been framed."


Richard Nixon was against the Vietnam War!


Yes they did for the most part What they protested was the draft


Vietnam Veterans Against the War was created in 1967.


There were many different protests of the Vietnam War, some peaceful and some violent. Tear gas, rubber bullets, and in some cases arrest and prosecution were used against some of the protesters (particularly those who protested at the Democratic National Nominating Convention in 1968 in Chicago) but most protesters escaped unscathed.


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because it was north Vietnam against south Vietnam


Bob Dylan, Country Joe and the Fish, Neil Young.


Communist North Vietnam .


North Vietnam against South Vietnam The USA, Australia and New Zealand.


Citizens from both wars were conscripted. Citizens from both wars protested and rioted.


American Writers Against the Vietnam War was created in 1965.


Burning the American Flag and burning their draft cards.



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