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Transcript of 6.07 Disillusionment
By: Cory cundiff
Explain how events such as the Vietnam War and Watergate affected the American public’s opinion of the U.S government.
I believe this question is asking how these events made the public feel towards the government and how they felt "out of the loop". The events also tested the public's trust and faith in the government.
I used Bing for my research.
Key Words: "Watergate scandal effect on americans" and "how did the government deal with the Watergate scandal"
The Vietnam War
I used Google for my research.
Key words: "how did the vietnam war change america" and "was it the government's fault we were involved"
Watergate Scandal and Vietnam War
- Watergate Scandal Video
This source was from a youtube video and explained the incident some of its effects. The original audience would have been anyone doing research on the event because it was made in 2011. The purpose of this video was to explain the Watergate Scandal to anyone who wasn't knowledged on it. This source could be used as evidence to show how the public reacted towards the government. A quote I would use is "...profound social consequences. It tested the people's faith and intergity in the american politics"
- The Vietnam War (wiki)
This source is from the wikipedia encycolpedia and gives a general descripton of the events leading up to, during and after the Vietnam war. The general audience would have been anyone who witnessed the war or someone who wanted to learn more about it. The pupose of this webpage is to give an in depth look into the Vietnam War. This source can be used as evidence to explain America's involvement and also how the oublic felt about the war. A quote I would use comes from Ho CHi Minh, "All men are created equal."