Nixon ran on a platform that opposed the Vietnam war, but to win the election, he needed the war to continue. Many Americans knew this, it was obvious no other candidate really wanted to take over in a time of war so this was an advantage to him. bias: This information presented in this article now can show us how sneaky people can be without it fully being visible so now audiences reading can watch out during the next big event that will happen in the world.
The Vietnam war changed the way we looked at politics. A combined opinion everyone had on all of this was believing their leaders were only lying to them the whole time. The promise of not loosing any more lives in the war when the next day the body count would rise. The government tried to "alienate" itself from its own people calling it Cynicism. The bias: To show the audience reading this that you cant trust all leaders, not everyone thinks power should be shared like how the government didn't, it alienated its people.
The Tet Offensive was one of the largest military campaigns of the Vietnam War, launched on January 30, 1968, by forces of the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese People's Army of Vietnam against the forces of the South Vietnamese Army of the Republic of Vietnam, the United States Armed Forces, and their allies. It was a campaign of surprise attacks against military and civilian command and control centers throughout South Vietnam. The name of the offensive comes from the Tết holiday, the Vietnamese New Year, when the first major attacks took place. The Bias of this article is how the author of it uses the fact of yes, the Viet Cong did use many surprise attacks against the U.S forces. This helped them to the extent of gaining the advantage of winning the war. They knew the land and where to hide and The U.S. forces didn't. This teaches the audience a good tactic in war, know the lank know how to win.
In May 1970, students protesting the bombing of Cambodia by United States military forces, clashed with Ohio National Guardsmen on the Kent State University campus. When the Guardsmen shot and killed 4 students, which two of the students were not protesting at all. Nine were wounded also. This opened many Americans eyes to who else doesn't want there to be war, not just drug addicts and hippies, but their friends and neighbors. Many schools and colleges also closed early due to the fear of this event recurring again. The Bias:What this video shows its audience the true horror of human nature of when push comes to shove. The teens mainly scared the police of them not being able to stop the protestors which was the push but the shove back of the police opening fire was not fully necessary, a warning shot should have sufficed better.