anonymous
  • anonymous
What was weakened by the outcome of the Vietnam War? the strength of the U.S. military popular support for Cold War theories the power of the judiciary the Civil Rights movement
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Fools101
  • Fools101
I think is "A" the strength of the U.S. military The Vietnam War was responsible for a heavy strain on the financial resources of the US economy. Due to the war exigency, there was a negative imbalance in the industrial sector. Factories which were manufacturing consumer goods had to shift their onus towards catering to the demands of the military. A war never benefits anyone; this statement proved right to America too. Due to excessive military spending and diversion of funds overseas, the dollar weakened. There was no equivalent amount of funds coming into the country. The country cringed under the strain of household social spending and subsidies on one side and military expenditure on the other. The government earned dissatisfaction from the general public as the interest rates rose and inflationary trends ballooned. The affluent lifestyle of the 60s which prevailed in the US began to erode because of the economic paralysis which laid the country forlorn in the 70s' Vietnam War. The Vietnam War was responsible for a heavy strain on the financial resources of the US economy. Due to the war exigency, there was a negative imbalance in the industrial sector. Factories which were manufacturing consumer goods had to shift their onus towards catering to the demands of the military. A war never benefits anyone; this statement proved right to America too.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay thank you :)
Fools101
  • Fools101
Your welcome!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
its not A!!! stop telling different people that @Fools101 the answer is popular support for Cold War theories
Fools101
  • Fools101
that why i say I THINK**** is A!!! Not 100% sure!!! read please =D
anonymous
  • anonymous
popular support for Cold War theories, is the correct choice. A is not correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
CORRECT ANSWER IS B

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