Twenty Year Long Turmoil

Middle-class college students and working-class whites lead the street demonstrations during the Vietnam war. Many other types of Americans, such as African Americans with low-wages and working-class women, opposed the war, however, they had no desire to protest with university students. Issues arose during these protests because there was not a clear-cut reason why everyone wanted to end the war. A common belief of the … Continue reading Twenty Year Long Turmoil