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How did Nixon’s military missions in Cambodia impact American’s views?



Nixon’s secret bombings led Americans to distrust the government.
Americans saw Nixon’s extension of the Tet Offensive as essential for winning the war.
Americans believed the amphibious assault on Hanoi was needed to cut off supplies to Vietnam.
Nixon’s invasion of Cambodia was seen as an extension of the Truman doctrine.

i think its d?

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  1. I disagree. What does your reading assignment say?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. I just went back and read this "A controversial aspect of his plan was to cut off the so-called Ho Chi Minh trail, through which supplies came to North Vietnam, by invading and bombing support sites in Cambodia and Laos. US and South Vietnamese efforts in Cambodia caused massive upheaval and allowed the vicious Khmer Rouge, a Communist faction, to come to power." so now i think it is C?

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  3. No. That answer talks about the capital of North Vietnam, not the nation of Cambodia.

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  4. Correct answer is Nixon’s secret bombings led Americans to distrust the government, probably super late but if anyone takes the test, I hope this helps.

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  5. yes it probably does

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