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Vietnam Conflict: The U.S. Could Have Won

Summary: Describes how the United States could have succeeded in the Vietnam Conflict.
Prior to the Vietnam War, The United States had never lost a battle. In World War I, World War II, and the Korean War the American forces prevailed. However, the Vietnam War finished with the North Vietnamese piling into South Vietnam as the Americans frantically escaped. This embarrassing defeat engendered questions as to whether the American military forces could have won. The answer is an affirmative yes. The United States suffered defeat in Vietnam due to a failure to declare war, an abundance of pride, underestimating the enemy, and a poorly executed strategy. An alternate strategy addressing the nature of the war in Vietnam could have been developed and potentially could have positively influenced the war's outcome for the United States. America made the biggest mistake a superpower country could make. It had too much pride and not enough respect for the...

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