The Struggle Between Nixon And Vietnam

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Chester Pach’s thesis implies that the ambiguous withdrawal of U.S. forces from Vietnam was directly affected by the influence the media had on President Nixon’s Vietnam campaign decisions. The author points out that the media is not the only one to blame for the failures of the U.S. government, however, their role kept President Nixon in a “political box” that influenced his decision to end the Vietnam War prematurely. The article is organized chronologically, highlighting the conflicts between President Nixon and the U.S. media, and is fairly easy to follow along. Though I do like the chronological organization technique, I prefer to organize my work by major topics, therefore, I know I won’t leave out any important material.
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