I’m working on a history report and need a sample draft to help me understand better.
Essay # 5.
The “peace movement” was largely unorganized and chaotic, containing (to suggest a only a few):
- those who sincerely questioned US foreign policy,
- those who were true pacifists,
- outrageous radical anti-American elements, and,
- those who believed that American troops ought not to be dying in a fight that was not theirs at all.
“The antiwar movement actually consisted of a number of independent interests, often only vaguely allied and contesting each other on many issues, united only in opposition to the Vietnam War.
Attracting members from college campuses, middle-class suburbs, labor unions, and government institutions, the movement gained national prominence in 1965, peaked in 1968, and remained powerful throughout the duration of the conflict.
Encompassing political, racial, and cultural spheres, the antiwar movement exposed a deep schism within 1960s American society.”
Do you think the war harmed the Civil Rights Movement?
What was “the movement “of the 1960s [in a general sense]?
What do you make of the “antiwar movement” specifically? The assignment will be in APA format and be a minimum of 1100 words. Please ensure that you have an introduction with thesis, main body that supports you argument, and reiterate your thesis in your conclusion.
Peace March. Thousands Oppose Vietnam War, 1967/04/18 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive When the civil rights movement became a casualty of war – Vietnam at 50 – Stripes New Left and Antiwar History and Geography – Mapping American Social Movements (washington.edu)