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JFK & Vietnam

Summary: JFK and his substantial role in Vietnam
The name John F. Kennedy springs many thoughts into a person's head. Kennedy who is one of America's favorite Presidents had to deal with an event that will never be forgotten by Americans for a long period of time, the Vietnam War. Many presidents had to deal with this War, yet, Kennedy implemented some policies that greatly changed the outcome after his assassination. When most Americans hear the name, "John F. Kennedy" they never really apply him to the Vietnam War. Many of Kennedy's policies in the war were ones, which agitated the Vietnamese people and in a way caused the war to drag out to what it became. Granted Vietnam was not an easy task for Kennedy to take on based on what the Eisenhower Administration left in Kennedy's lap, yet, the way which Kennedy dealt with what he was handed caused more and more people to...

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