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Comparing Vietnam to Iraq

Summary: Compares United States involvement in the war in Vietnam to the current war in Iraq. Describes how costly both wars were to the nation and to the world. Examines world opinion of the United States and its foreign affairs policies.
America has been criticized by many other nations for their power-hungry and sadistic approach when it comes to war. Too many innocent civilians and patriotic soldiers have died in questionable wars for this nation to become the dominant force it is today. America's involvement in World War II, Vietnam, and the current "War on Terrorism" in Iraq have all been highly criticized. Although all wars have been costly to many nations as well as our own, the war in Vietnam is more similar to the war in Iraq.

World War II began as a struggle between the Axis Powers (Germany, Japan, and Italy) and the Allies (England and France). The United States declared neutrality even though they were supplying the Allies with an arsenal of weapons to support their own financial need. As Japan continuously expanded their territory in the Pacific, they bombed an American naval...

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