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Public Opinion and War Policy in the USA

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This is a D essay on how public opinion influences war policies of the United States Government.

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Military history by country Military Iraq War Proxy wars Politics of Iraq Iraq–United States relations Counterculture of the 1960s Vietnam War Iraqi insurgency Vietnam Cold War Conscription in the United States
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Military history by country Military Iraq War Proxy wars Politics of Iraq Iraq–United States relations Counterculture of the 1960s Vietnam War Iraqi insurgency Vietnam Cold War Conscription in the United States
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After all, the primary objective of these democratically elected officials is to make the ‘executive decision’ with the best interest of the state in mind. My hypothesis is that public opinion influences the war policies of the United States’ Government. The hypothesis selected explores a new wave of informed and politically motivated constituents who have emerged from the Vietnam War. It is the behavior of the public that has influenced presidential policies towards military campaigns. The Vietnam War was the first fully media covered war and brought the battle to the homes of the American people each night. Through television the public became more immediately exposed to the nature and effects of war and therefore were more informed about the moral exponents of war. This gave way to a wide rang...
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