Why were people protesting the Vietnam war?
Asked in Vietnam War
Did the Vietnam War have the approval of most of the citizens of the US?
Asked in Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
What where the students at kent state university on May 4 1970 protesting?
Asked in Protests, Riots and Civil Unrest
How were the kent state killings related to the vietnam war?
Asked in American Revolution
What were Americans protesting during the Vietnam War and why?
Asked in Vietnam War, Vietnam
What group was the silent majority in the Vietnam war?
The "silent majority" were a group of American people that were supposed to support the USA in the Vietnam War, as compared to a large amount of vocal demonstrators that were protesting the war. After many years of fighting in Vietnam and seeing no end in sight, the vast majority of Americans wanted it to end, and for the the USA to leave the quagmire. Which they did in 1973, and South Vietnam fell to the communists in 1975.
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What movements happened during the movie Forrest Gump?
Asked in History
What event took place at Kent state during the Vietnam War?
Asked in History of England, Vietnam War, Cold War
Was England or English citizens very anti-war toward the Vietnam War?
How did media coverage of the Vietnam War influence the protest movement and counterculture which developed during that time?
Before the Vietnam war reporters were not getting into the middle of the action. During the Vietnam war they began to. People began to see horific things on the news and finally understood what was actually happening in Vietnam. One thing that was shown on the news was the shooting of a man who was suspected to be a communist. He was shot in the head on live television. This horrified many people in America and they began to start protesting.