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Aftermyths of the antiwar movement

Garfinkle, Adam

Orbis, 1995, Vol.39(4), pp.503-516 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Aftermyths of the antiwar movement
  • Autor: Garfinkle, Adam
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology ; International Relations
  • É parte de: Orbis, 1995, Vol.39(4), pp.503-516
  • Descrição: Advocates of the war against Vietnam and antiwar activists both held wrong views on the conflict. Supporters or hawks contend that the war was spurred by noble intentions and was winnable, had the antiwar movement, the press and some military strategists not intervened. Antiwar activists or doves maintain that the war was senseless, irrational and unwinnable. However, both sides have forgotten that the war and antiwar movement have been intertwined through three phases, before 1966 when opposition to the US' role in Vietnam was starting to build up, between early 1966 and 1968-69 with the radicalization of the movement's leadership and from 1969 to the fall of Saigon in 1975.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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