Essays Tagged: "war movement"

Forced to Fight: the United State's Envolvement in Vietnam, and the Anti-war Movement

IntroductionThe Vietnam anti-war movement was a very important part of American history. It reshaped the way Americans thought ab ... e way the people of the country voiced their opinions and used their right to free speech. The anti-war movement set a foundation for the citizens of the United States to be active in politics and bla ... tyle, and taught the US government lessons about listening to the people of the country.The Vietnam War itself was influential and important, but so was the anti-war movement that went with it. By bot ...

(13 pages) 170 1 4.3 May/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > North American Wars

Why did many Americans oppose US involvement in the Vietnam War?

ade up the majority of the protesting population in the United States who sought to end the Vietnam War. The anti-war movement became prominent in 1965, reached its climax in 1968, lasting through the ... t in 1965, reached its climax in 1968, lasting through the entirety through the waning years of the war. What incentives were common to all of these people? Not many. Most of these groups had independ ...

(5 pages) 50 1 3.0 Feb/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Vietnam

Anti-Vietnam Movement in the U.S.: An Astounding Success Whenever there is an intense war taking place in any country, there will always be people who support the war and people who disa ... ce in any country, there will always be people who support the war and people who disapprove of the war. Most of the time the amount of people in support of the war is far greater the then number of p ... ime the amount of people in support of the war is far greater the then number of people against the war. That is why the anti-war movement against Vietnam in the United States from 1965 to 1971 was th ...

(2 pages) 10 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Summarizing the Information         I think it was rather easy to

he articles stated opinions on my topic. A lot of articles I didn't print off just had facts of the war and didn't state whether or not the anti war movement prolonged the war. The ones I thought were ... many facts and not a lot of opinions. I don't like the articles that state a lot of facts from the war, and these articles did. Opinions with facts were rarely stated. I could tell right away it was ...

(2 pages) 379 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management

Using the perspectives of TOM HAYDEN evaluate the "success" or "failure" of groups such as Yippies & SDS, who symbolized the Anti-War Movement in 1968.

Throughout the Vietnam war many different groups used different tactics to oppose the war. Groups such as Yippies and SDS s ... groups used different tactics to oppose the war. Groups such as Yippies and SDS symbolized the Anti-War movement. The Yippies were a group of people, much like hippies, however they had a political si ... my or Marines, they used our at home military the National Guard, which rarely is used in 3rd world wars. Although the Yippies used a different approach, they wanted to sabotage the November elections ...

(2 pages) 537 0 0.0 Mar/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History