Walter Conkrite And The Vietnam War

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A prime example of Walter Conkrite 's work for society is seen from his conclusional reporting on the Vietnam War. Like many others of his generation, he was informed by the government that the war in Vietnam was met with numerous victories and achievements. Optimistically, he continued to believe in the power of America to win the war. Therefore, after venturing to Vietnam to see the situation for himself, he was slightly unnerved by the chaos he saw around him, "unready" for another abnormal war that had no justification. More and more causes of discontent like the unreasonable destruction of natural scenery for military use, the talk of "body count" as measurement for winning the war, and the surprisingly effective Tet Offensive started

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