Vietnam War Essay | Vietnam Vets

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Vietnam Vets

Summary: Examines the status of Vietnam War veterans in the United States. Describes discrimination against the veterans. Explores how so many of them exist as a sub-culture.
People are labeled every day, even children in schools. They can be labeled smart kids, good kids and even bad kids. These labels are often given by a kids first appearance. It is very easy for the good kids and the smart kids growing up because everybody respects them. The bad kid or delinquent on the other hand has a very difficult life with all the negative stereotypes put on. Once a child is labeled a bad kid, teachers, parents, and storeowners tend to expect the kid to engage in further delinquency. He is often the first person to be accused when something is missing or broken. Even other parents might forbid their child to play with him, fearing that he will influence their child in a bad way. This leaves only two very poor options for the, so-called, bad kid. He can be a "loner"(whom no...

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