Being drafted (Conscripted) into the military to fight in Vietnam, was the number one reason for being "anti" during the war.
Because Americans were against the Vietnam War.
It was the first time in history when the media could go behind the lines to show the horrors of war. Essentially, it was the first time the public at home could experience the war nearly first hand. Naturally, this bred the '60s anti-war movement.
Well i would say that before the war they were both together but when the communist came in the area the north and the south Vietnam became two. the south was anti-communist and north Vietnam was communist. then there were the war which the North (vietcong) won. A few years after the Vietnam war, the north and the south Vietnam became one and is now today basically calledVIETNAM.
The Anti War Movement had profound effects on America. First of all, it had a massive impact on the way people looked at the country's intervention in the Vietnam War. Mounting protests and social unrest led to the eventual withdrawal of American forces from South Vietnam. It also marked a split between personal ideologies and counter cultures. The counter culture rejected traditional American values, looking for a more liberal country, while conservative Americans continued to cling to the traditional values of earlier decades.
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.
a movement protesting the Vietnam war- mainly the draft
ALOT. Check out the Forrest Gump soundtrack for songs and artists particularly anti-war.
The "Hippies" were a portion of the "anti-war movement."
i really don't know
The military draft was three fourths of the anti-war movement.
America was going to war with itself.
No, just fed the flames of discontent.
Draft riots (burning their draft cards).