This worksheet asks the question why, given that the majority of the USA's population in 1963 supported the Vietnam war, by 1968 most people had turned against it.

Students use primary and secondary sources to find out the answer. There are 5 sources and 8 questions ending in writing the answer to the big title question.

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Why did US public opinion turn against the Vietnam War by 1968? DBQ

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