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Chapter 30 vocab

Vietnam Era

TermDefinition
Guerilla Warfare
Exile to be baned from ones native country
Flexible Response a defense strategy implemented by John F. Kennedy in 1961
Executive Order help officers and agencies of the executive branch manage the operations within the federal government itself.
Seek and Destroy search out the enemy and destroy them
Vietcong the military arm of the National Liberation Front
Coup unexpected blow
Deferment a temporary exemption from induction into military service.
Hawk those who advocate an aggressive foreign policy based on strong military power.
Dove hippies
Counter Culture the culture and lifestyle of those people, especially among the young, who reject or oppose the dominant values and behavior of society.
Silent majority the supporters of Nixon that were not politicaly vocal
Vietnamization giving the South Vietnamese government responsibility for carrying on the war,
MIAs missing in action
Created by: lillian.gwin0323