Reinterpreting the Causes of the Vietnam War Note-Taking Exercise

Reinterpreting the Causes of the Vietnam War Note-Taking Exercise
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According to one historian, the Vietnam War can be interpreted this way: “Thus the Vietnam conflict could be seen through three lenses: (1) it was a civil war between pro- and anti-Diem groups in the South; (2) it was a war of reunification waged by the North against the South; and (3) it was viewed by the United States as part of the conspiracy by the Sino-Soviet bloc to conquer the Third World and install Communist regimes.” In this note-taking exercise, students are required to demonstrate the validity of each interpretation. At the bottom of the exercise is the on-line source from which the interpretation has been taken, which can be easily referred to for further study.
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