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What Was the Vietnam War?
Children's - 3rd-7th Grade, Age 8-12 
112 p. ; 
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ISBN 9781524789770
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Viewed by many as a turning point in Americans' ability to trust their government, the Vietnam War remains controversial even today. Why? What was it about this war that led to overt lies, deadly protests, and a strong mistrust of elected leaders? An intriguing look at a period of upheaval in American history.
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Presenting all sides of a complicated and tragic chapter in recent history, O'Connor explains why the United States got involved, what the human cost was, and how defeat in Vietnam left a lasting scar on America. Original.
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