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March 28th Vietnam & Unravelling of America.doc

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VIETNAM AND THE UNRAVELLING OF AMERICAN SOCIETY (March 28) I. Origins of U.S. Involvement in Vietnam - Historical Context (French Indochina; Ho Chi Minh; Democratic Republic of Vietnam) - The First Indochina War, 1946-54 (Dien Bien Phu) - The Geneva Accords, 1954 (Operation Passage to Freedom) - Into the Quagmire (Ngo Dinh Diem) - Kennedy and Vietnam II. LBJ and “That Bitch of a War” - Gulf of Tonkin Resolution - Operation Rolling Thunder - Increasing Numbers of Combat Troops - The Reasoning Behind Escalation III. Protest Movements - Students f
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