No, he was a strong Anti-federalist
Lyndon B Johnson, the 36th President of the U.S., helped to escalate American involvement in Vietnam by sending more troops to war. This stimulated an anti-war movement and his domestic policies failed.
It began as an anti draft movement among the hippies and the flower children. As the US casualties mounted it became more and more widespread and began to appear on the evening news along with reports of Buddhist monks setting themselves aflame, young napalmed girls and an every increasing number of flag draped caskets returnin to the States. The draft resisters, evaders and dodgers increased in numbers as did the number of draft card burnings. The larger and more vocal the protests became, the more the government leaked about Laos and Cambodia. Suport of the Vietnam War collapsed and then ended.
William Lloyd Garrison!
i really don't know
Anti-war movement=Anti-draft movement
The anti-war movement fizzled out with the draft in about 1973.
It was the Women's Anti-War Movement in Australia that was both anti Vietnam War but also anti conscription.
Burning one's draft card.
ALOT. Check out the Forrest Gump soundtrack for songs and artists particularly anti-war.
The Civil Rights movement of the 1960s concerned PRIMARILY racial equality; headed by Martin Luther King Jr. The Anti-War movement was PRIMARILY a disguised Anti-Draft movement during the Vietnam War.
The movement corresponded with the military draft. When the draft got stronger, the protesters got more violent.
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.
a movement protesting the Vietnam war- mainly the draft
The military draft was three fourths of the anti-war movement.