3.1.5 Hawks or Doves

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3.1.5 Practice: Hawks and Doves | Practice Assignment | | | U.S. History since the Civil War
Choose three quotations from the list. Create a table for each of the quotations with the following: 1. Choose and write down a quotation from the list provided. 2. Write whether the opinion expressed was that of a hawk or a dove. 3. Think about and explain the meaning of the quotation. What opinion about the Vietnam War was expressed in the quotation? 4. Finally, what is your opinion of this position? Write whether you agree or disagree with the quotation and tell why. Quotation #1: |
“Should I become President . . . I will not risk American lives . . . by permitting any other nation to drag us into the wrong war at the wrong place at the wrong time through an unwise commitment that is unwise militarily, unnecessary to our security and unsupported by our allies.”— Future president John F. Kennedy, 1960 | Hawk or Dove? | Dove | Meaning of the Quotation: |
John F. Kennedy would be the best president he can be and try not to make any mistakes. He would not risk having Americans die over wars they don’t belong in. | Your Opinion/ Analysis: | If I was president, I would probably want to do the same thing. Americans don’t need to die over wars they don’t have any business being in. |

Quotation #2: | “If in order to avoid further Communist expansion in Asia and particularly in Indo-China, if in order to avoid it we must take the risk by putting American boys in, I believe that the executive branch of the government has to take the politically unpopular position of facing up to it and doing it, and I personally would support such a decision.”— Future president Richard Nixon, 1954 | Hawk or Dove? | Hawk | Meaning of the Quotation: |
Richard Nixon ordered to send soldiers to fight communism and sent soldiers to fight against them and…...

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