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Asked On2017-06-19 08:05:29 by:Amogh

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Because the American public concluded they could not win the war.  
This really happened after the Tet Offensive (launched on Jan 30, 1968) by the Vietnam Cong and the North Vietnamese Army.
After Tet the American people no longer believed that progress was being made to win the war.  The Tet Offensive was a tactical  loss for the Vietnam Cong and NVA, but it actually turned out to a huge propaganda and strategic victory for the Vietnam Cong and the NVA.  The idea that the North Vietnamese could mount an attack so deep into South Vietnam completely dispelled the myth that the war was about to be won.
These events started to turn the American public against the war.  People also believed the government was lying to them (this was called the "credibility gap") and could no longer be trusted to tell the truth about the conduct of the war.  Gradually support for the war effort weakened and the government and the people no longer thought about victory but became focused on disengagement.

Answerd on:2017-06-20 Answerd By:prajwalamv


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The reasons are 
the Vietnamese being a small country was 1giving a though challenge to America 
2each and every Vietnamese were ingaged to fight for freedom 
3 the war was extended too long because of which large no of American soldiers as well as Vietnamese people's were died. 

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Answerd on:2019-06-18 Answerd By:avi738

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