The so-called Students Revolutions
For the American society, the Vietnam War was the moment of true when the questions about its real principals rose in minds of the youth, waking them to pain full. If at the start of the War he society reacted similarly to the European societies at the wake of the First World War, the volunteers going to recruitment points with a proud smile on their face, enlisting themselves just" to be a marine[...]DOWNLOAD REFERAT
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Faced with the horrors of War the society reacted: protests against the war a notion, against unjust massacres, against involving arbitrarily in foreign matters, against discrimination, segregation and public disinformation arose. At the and of the War (broth by public opinion), the veterans, once careless, glory-dreamer boys, now maturated by blood and pain, threw their medals, wan with the price to high-their blood and suffering, and that of their opponents witch thought for their land and peace - right in front of the symbol of American's listless power, The White House, in sight of disapproval, civic revolt, and awareness.
But the Vietnam War revolution was not an ill-assorted event. The hippie movement preceded it, trying to awake the minds to a new reality. In a way we can say the hippie movement for sees the globalize of the world, where differences between individuals and cultures are simply trampled, where God is killed simply to better control the unknowing crowds without a real view over life and political principles. This could be a good example of how power adapts and uses good principals at its own interests. « mai multe referate din Engleza