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What effect did the Communist takeover of China have on U.S. foreign policy?
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What was the main reason President Kennedy sent military advisors to Vietnam in the early 1960s?
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The main reason President Kennedy sent military advisors to Vietnam in the early 1960s was: to help Ho Chi Minh.
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Why was religion a factor when Ngo Dinh Diem became president of South Vietnam in 1955?
Weegy: A Roman Catholic, Ngo Dinh Diem pursued biased and religiously oppressive policies against the Republic's Montagnard natives and its Buddhist majority that were met with protests. [ Amid religious protests that garnered worldwide attention, Di?m lost the backing of his US patrons and was assassinated, along with his brother, Ngô Ðình Nhu by Nguy?n Van Nhung, the aide of ARVN General Duong Van Minh on 2 November 1963, during a coup d'état that deposed his government. ] (More)
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Which of the following was the premise of Kennedy's foreign policy? A) The Domino Theory B) Monolithic Communism C) Increased Nuclear Weapon Use D) Both A and B
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Why did morale among U.S. troops decline by 1967?
Weegy: Why did morale among U.S. troops decline by 1967? America had lost 75,000 troops in battle. (More)
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