Vietnam essay

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Copy and paste the numbered questions into a word processing program and address each question in a full paragraph, 5-7 sentences. You can exceed the number of paragraphs per question but don't write half page paragraphs! Your paper should be 1-1/2 pages long for credit. If you settle for the minimum expect a C.

1. What was the main theme or purpose of the readings? What problems or concerns were identified?

2. How do the Additional Sources support the chapter?

3. What were the interactions between “the powerful” and “the people?” What choices did “the people” have in response to “the powerful?” How did “the people” respond to these problems?

4. How are the problems identified in the reading similar to problems encountered by “the people” today? What actions can you take to address or solve these problems today? This is where you solve modern problems using history as a model. If you state "It can't be solved" expect an F for the assignment!

Some Modules don't have Additional Sources so if you don't see any put No Additional Sources for the question.

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VIETNAM ESSAY

1. What was the main theme or purpose of the readings? What problems or concerns were
identified?
Power, Vietnam was part of the French Empire, and the Japanese defeated it. Vietnam people lead
by Ho Chi Minh organized their own government after the Japanese backed down.
South Vietnam was given back to the French by the Allies after the demise of the war, and the
non-communist Chinese were left for the north. The Vietnamese from the North were mistreated
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