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Jun 12th, 2015
What effect do you think the Kent State shootings had on the Anti-Vietnam movement
the shootings led to symbolize a great American tragedy
which occurred at the height of the Vietnam War era, a period in which the nation found
itself deeply divided both politically and culturally.
The poignant picture of Mary
Vecchio kneeling in agony over Jeffrey Miller's body, for example, will remain forever as
a reminder of the day when the Vietnam War came home to America. If the Kent State
shootings will continue to be such a powerful symbol, then it is certainly important that
Americans have a realistic view of the facts associated with this event. Second, May 4 at Kent State and the Vietnam War era remain controversial even today, and
the need for healing continues to exist. Healing will not occur if events are either
forgotten or distorted, and hence it is important to continue to search for the truth
behind the events of May 4th at Kent State.
it impacted that , May 4th at Kent
State should be remembered in order that we can learn from the mistakes of the past. The
Guardsmen in their signed statement at the end of the civil trials recognized that better
ways have to be found to deal with these types of confrontations. This has probably
already occurred in numerous situations where law enforcement officials have issued a
caution to their troops to be careful because "we don't want another Kent
State." Insofar as this has happened, lessons have been learned, and the deaths of
four young Kent State students have not been in vain.
Jun 13th, 2015
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