Answer questions 1-6 in your own words in the Text Box. Remember some answers a

Answer questions 1-6 in your own words in the Text Box.
Remember some answers are better than no answers. These questions are
based on reading assignments in BOTH books.
ASIAN AMERICA (second book)
p. 170-191 (GULF OF TONKIN RESOLUTION 1964 UP TO BRIEF OF
AMICUS CURIAE FRED KOREMATSU 2003)
p. 170-171 (GULF OF TONKIN RESOLUTION 1964)
The US never formally declared war on North Vietnam. Many
historians see the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution as a blank check to carry out the
war.
p. 171-178 (MY LAI MASSACRE: COURT TESTIMONY)
People remember the My Lai Massacre as one of the most brutal
killings of civilians by US troops, although it was not an isolated incident.
Many US weapons and tactics targeted non-soldiers.
p. 179-183 (VIETNAM WAR IMAGES)
These are some of the most famous visual images of the
Vietnam War.
p. 181 ( THE TERROR OF WAR 1972)
Napalm was a weapon that burned plants but also burned
civilians. Kim Phuc was 9 years old during the napalm attack:
Napalm is the most terrible pain you can ever imagine” said
Kim Phúc, a survivor from a napalm bombing. “Water boils at 212°F. Napalm
generates temperatures 1,500°F to 2,200°F.” Kim Phúc sustained third degree burns
to portions of her body.
(https://vietnamawbb.weebly.com/napalm-agent-orange.html)
Phuc later started a foundation to help wounded
children:
http://www.kimfoundation.com/
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