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Why did America enter the Vietnam War?

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Why did America enter the Vietnam War?

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That war, more than all others was driven by money. Though there were humanitarian reasons as well. After WWI, WWII and Korea the Corporate/Political powers had learned that War = Prosperity. So the profitability of the Viet Nam Conflict was exploited to its limits. Up until the mid to late 60’s the citizens of America were naive and believed without question the government’s noble reasoning. One must remember that war does equal money, and always will. And that money not only goes to the rich, evil people in power, it also provides better incomes for you and me. So we are not totally innocent if you are looking to assign blame. As an example all the people currently working in the semiconductor industry are benefitting from the work generated by the military‚Äôs need for a modern warfare system. Smart bombs and the like all require computer chips yo…

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