Differences Between Vietnam And Iraq War

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<u>Vietnam and Iraqi War<u/> The Vietnam Conflict and the Iraqi War on Terrorism are similar as well as different in several ways. In Vietnam as well as Iraq, the conflicts were based on ideology. In both conflicts the United States wanted a free and open society. The U.S. wanted to be rid of dictatorship in both countries. Each event focused on ideology contrasts from the rest. There were differences in the number of casualties, the costs for war, as well as the reasons for going to war. The United States involved itself in Vietnam because of the belief in the domino theory; that if a single nation fell to communism, the other nations surrounding it, would soon follow. Eventually America found it near impossible to fight against the
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