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Essay heading: 1960's/vietnam
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Issue: American History
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Date added: November 19, 1998
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At a time when these ?kids' should have been enjoying, they were burdened with the the trepidation of being drafted. Those who were not chosen by the draft to fight overseas were left back to fight on the homefront in an effort to bring about the American soldiers return home. College students played a large role in the anti-war movement, as the soldiers fighting in the war were their peers to whom they could closey relate their predicaments...
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During this time many colleges shut down completely while students and faculty voiced their opinions. One of the most influential battles encountered by the anti war movement occurred on May 4, 1970 at Kent State university. Under orders to control the passionate protesters at the school, the National guard opened fire on the protesters wounding 15 and killing 4...
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