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The Vietnam War was the subject matter of many debates during the 1960s and the 1970s War advocates and anti-war activists voiced their opinions all throughout the nation about our countrys involvement in Vietnam People from all walks of life from politicians to hippies spoke out about the war It was made clear throughout the country that everyone had their own view on the war From New York to Los Angeles demonstrations and rallies of either supporting or protesting against Americas involvement in the Vietnam War were held everywhere One of the main issues of debate was the federal draft Young Americans across the country were being forced to leave behind their future to fight in Vietnam Anti-war activists felt that American involvement in Vietnam was inadequate in helping to end the war and that the United States was involved for the wrong reasons Others considered it as a patriotic duty to serve Regardless of ones attitude towards the war many others agreed therefore those who strongly followed their beliefs were the ones to speak out and educate others about their perspectives Among the most outspoken were these Americans 1 Tim OBrien a US veteran who served in Vietnam 2 Spiro T Agnew the vice president to Richard Nixon 3 John F Kerry also a Vietnam veteran and the former lieutenant governor of Massachusetts These men have attitudes toward the subject of the draft conscription and the ethics of complying or evading the draft An analysis of their opinions will help Americans form their positions in the ongoing debate of conscription and the draft Tim OBrien
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