American During its longest war
...War. These developments changed an assisting and advice-giving military effort into a radical, complete American war (Murrin, Johnson, McPherson, Fahs, Gerstle, Rosenberg, and Rosenberg 998). Between 1964 and 1965, a series of congressional decisions to take serious military action in Vietnam simply Americanized the Southeast Asian conflict. These decisions range from the events of the Tonkin Gulf in 1964 to the placement of 44 combat troop battalions in 1965.
Some antiwar activities in the United States ensued during Johnson’s term. For example, no liberty fissures broke out in Congress... History America during Its Longest War President Lyndon Johnson came to office during an established,...