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Why was the Tet Offensive considered a turning point in the Vietnam War? A. The United States and South Vietnam won a strategic victory. B. The massacre of unarmed civilians damaged support for the war. C. U.S. forces destroyed supply lines between North and South Vietnam. D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight

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