Although the U.S.A went into Vietnam with the best of intentions, the conflict went horribly wrong

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American History

 

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Monica S

 

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July 17, 2014

 

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University

 

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The struggle between North and South had an almost inevitable outcome, yet the Americans entered the War optimistic that they could aid the falling South and sustain democracy. The American intentions for entering the Vietnam conflict were good, yet when the conflict went horribly wrong, and the resilient North Vietnamese forces, or ?Viet Cong' as they were known, refused to yield, the United States saw they were fighting a losing battle...
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The idea that the South falling under the communist north's control and ideology and therefore the rest of South-East Asia falling under a communist regime was quite a legitimate theory at the time, and therefore America did go into Vietnam with good intentions. Their intentions being good is arguable now, but during the early 1960's under the presidency of John F...
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