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U.S. Involvement in the Vietnam War

Summary: Provides a history of the Vietnam War. Analyzes U.S. involvment in the war. Argues the Americans should not have been involved.
Vietnam was a lost cause. The United States never truly stood a chance of beating Ho Chi Minh and his determined army of the Viet Cong. Ho Chi Minh said to the French in the late 1940s, "You can kill ten of my men for every one I kill of yours, but even at those odds, you lose and I win." (Vietnam War Vietnam). Determination like Ho Chi Minh's has yet to be matched by any opponent the US has faced in its history. If the politicians would take a look at its own country's history, then maybe they could have known that Vietnam was unwinnable. The Revolutionary War fought against the British, who just happened to have the strongest army at the time, was fought on American soil with nothing but determination and patriotic pride on the side of the Americans. The...

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