Because journalists like Walter Cronkite and reporters in the fields of Vietnam very publicly doubted the course of the war. Troops were shown along with gore in a war on televisions in the United States. http://www.museum.tv/archives/etv/V/htmlV/vietnamonte/vietnamonte.htm The counterculture became strong opposition to the war because the war represented the over-controling 50s mentality many grew up in. Opposition to the Vietnam War built on the large pacifist and isolationist movement against World War I and to a lesser extent World War II. A notable organization was Students for A Democratic Society. Many people felt the war was the wrong policy for a domestically troubled country despite the communist threat. Among minorities and young people the belief that Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy were about to change their policies against the Vietnam War increased opposition. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmc2EzkRDkI
Prohibition became increasingly unpopular as people saw that it solved no problems but instead created many serious problems. By the time of its repeal, about 75% of american voters opposed Prohibition.
Most people know what the Vietnam War is; what is the American War?
Because rich people choose not to go while poor people didnt have no choice but to go and because they didnt approve fighting with anyone
South Vietnam people and American people were alike because; they both supported non communist parties, also the fact that they were both people
The soldiers at Vietnam were not treated right. The American Soldiers get welcomed back to American, but when they get to Vietnam they don't get welcomed. They get treated bad by crows of people. kk
It underminded public trust in American leaders.
As was the American people, the UN was divided on the Vietnam War.
About one half of the American people.
Many famous people opposed the Vietnam War, including Gene McCarthy, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Jane Fonda (who went a bit too far), Gore Vidal, and many more.
The Vietnam Conflict, the Indochina war. The people and government in Vietnam today refer to it as the American War.
Young people, those that had lost loved ones, and older people who were tired of war (WWII, Korea, etc.).
They beleived it was a civil war, and America didnt belong their.
Government officials refused to inform the people that they were in Vietnam to stop the spread of Communism. Since there was no clear objective disclosed to the public, many US Citizens opposed the War in Vietnam.
no they did not support it
The first Vietnam wall was put up in 1906 the people of Vietnam found the wall not necessary for the people of Vietnam because an American helped designed the wall. Then their was a remake 18 years later.
Vietnam had many impacts but the most important was the american people loosing faith in our government.
The People of France were angry with their king because, he wanted to tax them.
At the beginning, many people were very optimistic but as its failures became increasingly evident more and more people came to oppose Prohibition. By the time of its repeal, 74% of voters opposed it.
Many people opposed the war, not just women and older Americans. They thought it was pointless and that the internal fighting in Vietnam posed no threat to America.
In 2002, the population of Vietnam was 82,547,682 as opposed to the current population which is just north of 93 million people.