The tet offensive politics war and public opinion vietnam america in the war years schmitz david f on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers on january 30 1968 approximately 84 000 north vietnamese army and national liberation front forces launched nearly simultaneous attacks against over 100 cities and military installations in south vietnam. How the tet offensive shocked americans into questioning if the vietnam war could be won but in terms of politics policy and public opinion back in the united states. In this new work historian david f schmitz analyzes what is arguably the most important event in the history of the vietnam conflict schmitz situates the tet offensive in the context of american foreign policy and the state of the war up to 1968 while carefully considering the impact of the media on american public opinion. How did the tet offensive affect public opinion about the vietnam war why did christian lous lange deserve the nobel peace prize in 1921 where do the four suits in a deck of cards originate what do they represent what was the roe v wade trial who is constantine i need to know some info on the monroe doctrine
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