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Australia was drafting men too.

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They didn't want to be drafted by Australia's National Service Act.


They said they would dominate Vietnam and its people.


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Some people were against the Vietnam War because young men were being drafted to fight in the war.


I think Kennedy is the answer you are seeking. Eisenhower started the US involvement in Vietnam and Kennedy sent in more people to train pilots and such .


About one half of the American people.



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They mirrored the US, only on a smaller scale, reflecting on Australia's smaller population (16 million people in the 1960's).


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Answer Cassius didn't want to fight against people who did him no harm.


this was in may 1970 people gathereed in capital cities like sydney it was to go against conscription in Vietnam war


The US was fighting the country of North Vietnam during that war. The Philippine people were uprising against their new nation (US territory).



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