The Role Of Escalation In Vietnam

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Escalation in Vietnam was the American government 's policy of methodically cranking up the force and power being poured into the war overseas. Unfortunately, the communist enemies matched the United State 's efforts in escalation every step of the way, pulling the United States deeper and deeper into the bloody Asian conflict. Meanwhile, at home in the United States, small protests being held in public schools began to flourish and spread across the country. American citizens were discontented and argued that the South Vietnamese weren 't really a Democratic ally in Asia, and that the United States was needlessly involving itself in a war that was costing thousands of young American lives. Many young Americans avoided the military draft by

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