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Hawks which were the people who were for war including the Vietnam War.

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Who favored stronger military action in Vietnam?

the USA.

Who favored am immediate peace in Vietnam?

the doves favored an immediate peace in Vietnam and the hawks favored stronger military action in Vietnam - I got this right on my quiz :)

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What was the outcome of tonkin gulf incident?

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What presidents ordered military action against communism?

President's Wilson (Allied intervention in Russia), Truman (Korea), Kennedy (Vietnam, Cuba), Johnson (Vietnam), Nixon (Vietnam), Ford (Mayaguez incident), and Reagan (Grenada). If one considers the U-2 incident to be a military action, you could include President Eisenhower.

In what country did Americans fight a war in the late 1960's and early 1970's?

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