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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The War on Iraq and the Vietnam War.
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The War on Iraq and the Vietnam War: Is History Repeating Itself?

Summary: This essay compares the War on Iraq and the Vietnam War. With some factual information to support my thesis, I believe that history is repeating itself in the sense that the War On Iraq and the Vietnam War were thought of as the same war, but each one held at a different point in history.
This year marks the forty-second anniversary of America's withdrawal from Vietnam. Scenes of that war are being relived as American troops proceed to fight yet another unjustified war, this time in Iraq. Iraq is turning into another calamity for the United States, as in the case with Vietnam. According to Webster's Intermediate Dictionary, calamity is defined as an event that brings terrible loss, lasting distress, or severe affliction; a disaster. This essay will prove: how both wars were unjustified, the lack of public support in both cases and the fact that the United States refused to come to a peaceful compromise with each country. There are glaring similarities between Iraq and Vietnam, and connections can be drawn from nearly every facet of both wars. Through the comparison of these two wars, one can clearly see that the wars...

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