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...ca completely which would indeed change the nation both politically and socially. Finally, the Vietnam War was a rather disappointing one. Embarrassing the government, giving no support to the troops and transforming the education of our nation, it left an ugly mark that would never be fully erased. In conclusion, wars are perhaps the most influential factor in shaping a nation, and WWI, WWII, and Vietnam all had their share in making America what it is today.
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