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Vietnam, America’s Lost War

United States had not invested the situation in Vietnam with rivalry with Communist powers, the tragedy might have been avoided. B...

Films on the Vietnam War and the War Itself

This paper considers how the Vietnam War was depicted in the 1987 film Full Metal Jacket and the 1988 film Good Morning, Vietnam i...

Documentary Film on the Impact of the Tet Offensive on the Vietnam War

In three pages this essay considers a documentary on the Vietnam War and the impact of the infamous Tet Offensive. There is no bi...

America After Vietnam and Books by Gibson and Englehardt

In five pages this paper discusses Warrior Dreams by Gibson and The End of the Victory Culture by Englehardt in a consideration of...

Overview of the Vietnam War and its Impact Upon America

fierce protection of ancestral land was nothing new to the people trapped in between warring factions. The names given geographic...

Civil War and Vietnam War 'Necessities'

In five pages this essay explores the meaning behind Abraham Lincoln's observations on 'necessities of war' by examining the Civil...

The War of 1812 As America's Second War of Independence

This paper contains five pages and discusses how the War of 1812, also the Napoleonic Wars, was relatively minor and that its limi...

Second World War Newsreels

In five pages the Second World War's black and white newsreels are examined in terms of their historical importance and also discu...

American College and University Campuses and the Practice of Illegal Gambling on Sports

that contains a substantial amount of cash and proves the point that in much of todays collegiate sports, it is if you win or lose...

America's 'Lost Generation' in The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway

In eighteen pages this paper discusses how Ernest Hemingway portrayed the group of US expatriates author Gertrude Stein described ...

Paradise Lost, California's Experience, America's Future by Peter Schrag

that imposed minimum spending formulas on schools, three-strikes sentencing laws, land conservation measures and measures abolishi...

US Military Interventions During the 1950s and 1960s

the United States in Vietnam. It is not difficult to reach the simple and straightforward conclusion that in the 1950s, Eisenhowe...

The Deepening Involvement of the U.S. in Vietnam Affairs

In a paper that consists of three pages the increasing involvement by the United States in Vietnamese affairs are discussed as the...

Vietnam and U.S. Involvement

and their determination, along with European allies, to protect other Asian nations from communism. In 1950 we see the following a...

America's Longest War Critiqued

and instead of taking the lead, Presidents were being relegated to the role of follower. Policymakers envisioned themselves as th...

"The Cold War Blinders And The Tragedy Of Vietnam" - Critical Essay

about much of its own global discord by virtue of its imperialistic mindset. While opinions about why Vietnam occurred are as vas...

Philip Caputo's A Rumor of War

Caputo's Vietnam War memoir is reviewed in a paper consisting of two and a half pages....

Review and Summary of Peter Goldman and Tony Fuller's Charlie Company (What Vietnam Did to Us)

In five pages this 1983 memoir on soldiers' Vietnam War experiences is summarized, reviewed, and critiqued....

Vietnam and the Stance of Martin Luther King Jr.

In fifteen pages this research paper examines the reasons behind Martin Luther King's opposition to the war in Vietnam in a chrono...

The Drug War in America

In a paper consisting of ten pages the political and economic implications of America's war on drugs are discussed with the conclu...

America's Longest War by George C. Herring

nature of international politics is that they are often relatively impracticable because of the size, scope and number of players ...

John Schwarz's America's Hidden Success Winning The War On Poverty

This text on winning America's war on poverty is analyzed in five pages....

Federalism and the Writings of William Manning

of the progress which the process of democratisation was making in America in the eighteenth century. It could be asserted that Ma...

WHY THE U.S. JOINED WORLD WAR I

1917. The overt, and simple, explanation for Americas entry into the European conflict was the May, 1915 sinking of the Bri...

Vietnam Oral Narratives

Barry Zorthian was the "official voice of America" in Vietnam from 1964 to 1968 as director of the Public Affairs Office (290). In...

The Vietnam War and Counterinsurgency Tactics by the Americans

who had been defeated not as much by a superior foe but an irresponsible American government. Many factors came into play ...

US Loss in Vietnam

Vietnam War stands out in US history as one of Americas greatest traumas. For the American people, it was a bewildering affair fro...

Why Did the United States Lose the Vietnam War?

could perhaps subtly support South Vietnam and thus bring order back to the nation. They did not take into consideration that the ...

U.S. Foreign Policy, Just War Theory, and the Persian Gulf War

late Sen. J. William Fulbright advocated neither morality nor realism. Instead, he advocated "humanism" as a primary American for...

Logical Vietnam Argument Perspectives

precede reason, and the waste of war, the works of peace. We wish that this were not so. But we must deal with the world as it i...