Protesting and dodging the draft.
The NUMBER ONE reason for protesting the war was THEY DIDN'T WANT TO GO TO VIETNAM (THE DRAFT!).
They protesting the military draft. Draft riots, draft card burning.
By writing anti-war columns, and protesting.
the Vietnam war
the Vietnam war The overall effects of the Civils Rights Movement, especiallyl in the Southern States. Also, Vietnam Nam War protesting.
a movement protesting the Vietnam war- mainly 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.
The killings at Kent State are related to the Vietnam War because they were there protesting the war. The Ohio National Guard was called in and four people were killed and nine were wounded.
The students were protesting the American invasion of Cambodia, as well as protesting the continuation of the Vietnam war.
The civil disobedience and protesting concerning Vietnam.
The war in Vietnam
The Vietnam War
Protesting the military draft.
The American people were protesting against the war and putting a lot of pressure on President Johnson and later President Nixon.
The Americans where protesting for there troops to come home from Vietnam because they werent prepared to sacrifice so many lives when they were already loosing the war, this was also unfair for the troops loved ones and family waiting back in the USA
Yes. There are two sides to every issue and so there were people who did support the war and would attend anti war protests to let the people protesting know they didn't like what they were doing.
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.
Hawks predominately protested "limited war"; Hawks wanted to invade North Vietnam and use nuclear weapons (atomic weapons) if need be. It's called FIGHTING TO WIN!
The students were protesting against the Vietnam War. They were unarmed and posed no real threat.
Large parts of the movie revolved around the protesting of the Vietnam War.
college students were protesting and were shot at by the national guard.