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Which of the following describes Johnson's Vietnam War strategy? A. Limited American support with large economic support B. Economic support only to South Vietnam C. Bringing American soldiers home as soon as possible D. Committing large amounts of American troops to the fight and massive bombing
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User: Which of the following describes Johnson's Vietnam War strategy? A. Limited American support with large economic support B. Economic support only to South Vietnam C. Bringing American soldiers home as soon as possible D. Committing large amounts of American troops to the fight and massive bombing

Weegy: Committing large amounts of American troops to the fight and massive bombing, describes Johnson's Vietnam War strategy.
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User: What was the topic of the book The Other America? A. Education was lacking in America. B. Poverty was widespread in America. C. Americans needed more highways. D. Racism was widespread in America.

Weegy: Poverty was widespread in America was the topic of the book The Other America.
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User: After World War II, Americans shifted to what type of work? A. Military jobs B. Service jobs C. Manufacturing jobs D. Agricultural jobs

Weegy: After World War II, Americans shifted to: SERVICE JOBS.
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User: Why did some Americans oppose the war in Vietnam? A. They wanted to focus war efforts on the Soviet Union instead. B. They felt the United States should never use military force. C. They wanted communism to spread. D. They felt there was a lack of progress.

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Some Americans opposed the war in Vietnam because: They felt there was a lack of progress.
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