For the past few decades, debates continue over why the U.S. experienced failure in Vietnam. Did the U.S. suffer from a lack of total commitment from civilian leaders and handicap itself in prosecution of the war effort? Did the military have the wrong style and plan for executing the war? Did the U.S. ever fundamentally understand the nature of the conflict from the very beginning? Which concept is right or wrong is open to individual perspective. From my point of view, all three are facets of the failure. However, the timing and type of strategy may have been the real issue at play.
Short Analysis – Vietnam Failures
This is an undergraduate level analysis written for a Vietnam War & Policy course at a top-tier US private college. This paper, Short Analysis – Vietnam Failures, represents my personal analysis combined with course knowledge and in-depth research. The report received top marks. This report could be used as a guide for research, a sample analysis for reference, or for direct reference with proper citation.
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