[Vietnam War] Marching in the streets against the Vietnam War.Vietnam War Marching streets against anti-war movement American universities Protests death of multiple
The anti-war movement got its start on the campuses of American universities, where students were horrified by the idea of being sent to fight a war in which they didn’t believe. They weren’t simply averse to the policy of the draft, but they felt that it was unfair that they were being forced into a conflict that they didn’t know anything about.
Protests took place on college campuses across the country, and while many of them were non-violent, a few of them - specifically the protest at Kent State - turned into riots that saw the death of multiple students and members of the anti-war movement.
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