There were many people that opposed the Vietnam War. The groups and organizations that were the most anti-war included returning veterans, free speech movement groups, and college student groups.
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There were many roles that women and African Americans had in fighting in the US Civil war war. Women were nurses, and African Americans were slaves in the south. The north had some African American regiments
The North and the South sometimes named their battles differently. The North tended to name them after the nearest river, and the South after the nearest town.
After World War I (1914-1918), nationalist, right-wing political movements in Germany and Austria tended to see the nation in collective terms as a Volksgemeinschaft or national community. Racist nationalists on the extreme right of the political spectrum saw this collective as a voelkische Gemeinschaft, by which they meant a racial group that they considered superior. Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, among other radical right-wing groups, adopted this view of the German nation.-UnitedStatesHolocaustMuseum-
Urban slums were the neighborhoods consisting of tenements that arose in U.S. cities. These slums were often impoverished, polluted, and unsanitary.
Opposition to the war started with youth groups, mothers, and students. Then civil rights groups, journalists, veterans, and doctors began speaking out against the war. Muhammed Ali lost his boxing title for refusing to be drafted.
The KKK tended to oppose immigration.
During the 1950's Americans tended to glorify people who were allies. The allies were from Western Europe.
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With a few notable exceptions, television tended to shut out African Americans.
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Northern industrialists favored tariffs.
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Autocratic, top-down, he was somewhat conservative ( being A World War I Luftwaffe vet)- and tended to oppose new tactics among the airmen- such as spread out formations, defensive pursuit ( like Flying Tigers), and so on. He did not oppose the German Jets, but tended to be conservative in fighting tactics in the Luftwaffe, which was his domain.
He tended to believe in a literal interpretation of the Bible and had a deep faith that the Bible was the true word of God.
New freedmen tended to be poor and less educated.