Opposition of (Vietnam) War
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The opposition of the Vietnam War happened in the 1960s due to unprecedented Student Activism.
American college students, educators, clergy, academics, journalists, lawyers, physicians, and military veterans peacefully protested.
The protestors used extensive television coverage.
These protests took place at the Lincoln Memorial and the Pentagon.
These protests caused American leaders and leaders to overlook war and fight to prevent war from happening.
These protests were successful because they caused uneasiness in people's homes and Americans changed their perception of war.
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