It was the Women's Anti-War Movement in Australia that was both anti Vietnam War but also anti conscription.
The United States supported South Vietnam in the Vietnam War in an effort to combat communism. Other anti-capitalist countries joined the fold in order to support the effort.
Anti-war movement=Anti-draft movement
Opinions about the war? People, like today, were only concerned about events that effected them. And only the military draft affected people during the Vietnam war.
College students in general were the primary anti-draft (anti-war) protesters; Berkley University in the San Francisco Bay Area was prime headquarters for the anti-draft movement. A movement which supported the enemy of the US grunt.
The anti-war movement fizzled out with the draft in about 1973.
Anti-War/Anti-Draft protests and riots. The "draft" fed the anti-war protests.
Yes, but the anti-war people outnumbered (and where more out-spoken) than the supporters.
China supported Communistic Northern Vietnam in the Vietnam War.
Most of the hippies and liberals did not support the Vietnam. that's why we pulled out of Vietnam during the war. we did not pull out in world war one and world war 2 because america was geared in for the war, but Vietnam, not all of america was in for it.
Vietnam split public opinion between pro-war and anti-war factions.
The UN supported the Korean War, but did NOT support the Vietnam War.
In most songs pro or con, arguments were irrelevant, people were divided, period.
In part because of a general anti war sentiment and in part as an anti draft protest.
Draft riots (burning their draft cards).
The Republic of SOUTH Vietnam.
RVN, Republic of South Vietnam.
Allies of both the United States and Vietnam were two groups that were most likely to support the Vietnam war. The United States would get support from the western world, while Vietnam would receive support from the Muslim world.
By writing anti-war columns, and protesting.
The "Hippies" were a portion of the "anti-war movement."
See website: Anti-War Protests
Its possible he may have been anti-war, but he still served his country, in the US Army in Vietnam.
I met my first wife at an anti-war demonstration.
The Philippines sent support troops to Vietnam.