Hendrix And Vietnam

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Music and Movies

 

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Eleanor L

 

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April 24, 2016

 

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University

 

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During this time 58,226 US troops were killed and 153,303 were wounded. Public opinion in the U.S. was split by the war; many saw it as a vital stand against communism whilst others saw it as an immoral political campaign. As the war dragged on and the numbers of casualties continued to rise the anti-war movement grew rapidly...
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As the war dragged on and the numbers of casualties continued to rise the anti-war movement grew rapidly. Although Hendrix's stardom only lasted for four years before his tragic death in 1970 he was still one of the most successful and influential musicians of the era. The author feels that Jimi Hendrix makes an interesting case study for this topic, as the general pre-conception appears to be one of an anti-war hero at the forefront of the ?flower-power' counter-culture movement of the sixties...
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