Vietnam and Iraq Wars
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The paper discusses how when Lyndon B. Johnson became President of the United States after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, he inherited Kennedy's commitment to the survival of an anticommunist South Vietnam. The paper then relates that our involvement in the Vietnam War did not end until the administration of President Gerald Ford in 1975, while in Iraq, our involvement has extended over a decade and three presidents, and seems likely to include the next presidency.
From the Paper:"The Vietnam and Iraq Wars appear at first glance to be two quite different wars - different not only in their statistics (casualties, costs, duration) but also in the nature of the two wars and in the justification for the involvement of the United States as an active military participant in both of those wars. However, following a review and analysis of the principal facts relating to America's role in the two wars, the similar way in..."
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