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