In Walter Cronkite's post-Tet report, he supported _____.
the sending of additional troops to Vietnam
a negotiated end to the war
the continuation of the war until the United States achieved victory
the war of attrition
Question #2MultipleChoice Score:
Why is the Tet Offensive considered a political victory for the North Vietnamese and NLF?
It caused the NLF to get more votes in South
Vietnamese elections.It caused an uprising among the South Vietnamese population.It increased voter turnout in North Vietnam.It galvanized American public opinion against the war.
Question #3TrueFalse Score:
President Johnson approved General Westmoreland's request for more troops.
Question #4MultipleSelect Score:
Select all that apply.
What did President Johnson announce to the American people during his television address on March 31, 1968?
He would not seek another term as president.He would further increase U.S. involvement in Vietnam.He would support Senator Robert Kennedy in the 1968 election.He had ordered a partial bombing halt over North Vietnam.
Question #5MultipleChoice Score:
After the Tet Offensive, media coverage of the war tended to be _____.
neutralsupportive of U.S. policycritical of U.S. policysupportive of the South Vietnamese army
Question #6Paragraph Score:
What was the credibility gap? How did the Tet Offensive widen the credibility gap?
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