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Out of Many 6th edition

Chapter 29

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Chapter 29 (50-88) In 1964 Students went to Chicago to help a poor community called Uptown. The Students for a Democratic Society was formed (1960) and then they turned against the president's foreign policy and war. It was the leading student organization of the New Left. The Vietnam war had its roots in the Truman Doctrine. When the communist forces defeated French Vietnam emerged as a major zone of cold war contention. Lyndon Johnson's decision to engage in Vietnam. Tonkin Gulf Resolution was the request to congress from Johnson in response to the North Vietnamese torpedo boat attacks in which he sought authorization for all necessary measures to protect the Us forces and stop further aggression. The attacks were just a pretext they wanted to bomb anyways.
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