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History, 22.06.2019 21:00 roycallender01

Why did american support for the war change after the tet offensive?

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Answer from: gloriuos3841

Ngo Dinh Diem

Explanation:  Eisenhower believed "losing" South Vietnam to communism would be a strategic, economic, and humanitarian disaster. So he pledged support to an emerging leader—Ngo Dinh Diem—a devout Catholic and fervent anti-French, anti-Communist nationalist.

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Answer from: caromaybelline71

*Puts on history nerd glasses and a tweed jacket on*

Alrighty. So... You want to know what is similar and different from us supporting our boys far away? Well, the thing is... Back then, in WW1 we were fighting against a REAL army, in WW1 we had war bonds so that our boys could get good equipment and pay to fight in somewhere thousands of miles away from home. Today, well... Taxes help pay for majority of it, we have over 600 BILLION in Defense spending, besides, the terrorist threat isn't all that bad. That is unless they have a fully trained army, air force, and navy. Until then, we're more so of a police force abroad. And unlike WW1 all of the troops in Iraq are volunteers nowadays. The American society is one to always be the go-getter. "Knockout in the first round" type of people. Think about Vietnam. It was a war that had gone on too long, and soldiers died every day. Soldiers still die, don't get me wrong. However, all of them volunteered to be there. Isn't that enough in itself?

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Answer from: skyozymy

1,3,4

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They did NOT move to Canada! They Rationed Food, Employed Women, They purchased war bonds. Trust me! I took the Quiz and I know what I am talking about.

I hope this helps. Good luck on your Assignment/Quiz. You will do great!

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Answer from: lashondrascott

1. rationing, recycling, purchasing war bonds and working in war industries

2. they worked as nurses and repaired airplanes

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Answer from: lwattsstudent

Feb 6, 2019 - World War II was a terrible event that will be remembered as one of the ... This map shows the extent of Japanese military campaigns in the Pacific. ... these three nations agreed to work with and support each other

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Answer from: jtswagg6634

Gilded age is an age of prompt commercial prosperity which is a positive sign for a nation but with it came many negative aspects such as Corruption and oppression of poor by the rich.  

Sherman’s antitrust law which prohibited the restriction of free trade was passed. It paved way for no trade to become a monopoly and it restored fair competition between businesses

Interstate commerce commission act aimed at establishing Union regulation of the railroads industry. This also aimed at prohibiting the transport department to follow monopolistic practices.

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Answer from: cmflores3245

money, supplies, and people  

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Answer from: velaserik1

The closer the European continent came to another World War, the more determined the isolationists were to prevent the United States from being dragged into another cataclysmic conflict in far away lands.

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Answer from: CarlosParker99

The correct answer is 1, 3, 4.

1. They purchased war bonds.

3. They rationed food.

4. They employed women.

Due to patriotism rise, americans volunteered for military service despite that they did not have good numbers which were needed so as fight in the war.

The male who aged twenty one and thirty one were requested to register in the draft.

They also supported the war by conserving and growing of food.

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Answer from: realoneree

The correct answer its B) Because of English background and support of the mother country.

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