and Letter from Ho Chi Minh to President Harry. A Stop the Draft Week was organized in mid-October in which at least 1,100 young men turned in or burned their draft cards in thirty cities, although some burned copies to avoid legal penalties. Critics of the war rightly raised the possibility that Vietnam could become another Yugoslavia, a communist-led country with which the.S. America could live with communist nations after all! In New York, 22-year-old David Miller ceremoniously burned his draft card on Friday. . 399 Ten days later, however, Nixon announced a bold expansion of the war.S. The latter was largely an insurance policy,.S.
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The attack on the.S. 64 The Legal Underpinnings of Government Terror in South Vietnam: Law 10/59, in Gettleman,., eds., Vietnam and America,. Troops to Vietnam was a mistake (49 to 41 even if a majority still favored winning the war. . 370 With the Senate balking, majority public opinion leaning toward withdrawal, the antiwar movement growing, and his own advisers cautioning against further expansion, Johnson reluctantly denied 90 percent of the Pentagons request. . First Calvary Division, venturing deep into the Central Highlands, found itself surrounded by NLF-NVA forces. . Could preserve South Vietnam without the use.S. Role in the New World Order (Boston: South End Press, 1991. Public opinion shifted during the war. . Escaping an arvn raid on Tay Ninh, near Saigon, July 1963 (AP photo by Horst Faas) These additions enabled the arvn to win some battles in the spring of 1962. . In mid-1967, fcnl warned that government infiltration posed a serious threat to the antiwar movement as well as to American civil liberties in general. Of North Carolina Press, 1983.