Protesting of the Vietnam War-11/2/1965

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Protesting of the Vietnam War-11/2/1965

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Natalie Shockley, Fall Editor

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In the year of 1965 some American citizens united and protested in front of The Pentagon. Their main goal was to pressure Former President Johnson to end his involvement in the war. There were signs everywhere saying “End the War in Vietnam NOW” or “Get out of Vietnam Now”. There was also one that said a family had lost their son because of this useless war. In the end, after the protest was over President Johnson ended the war once and for all.

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