Opposition to the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War

Vietnam on TV

The Tet Offensive shocked the nation and permanently changed US attitudes toward the Vietnam War


The North Vietnamese surprise attack on dozens of military sites in South Vietnam, including the US embassy in Saigon, had a seismic impact on the US public. While a military failure for the North, it was a huge propaganda success. Attitudes in the US towards the war and toward President Lyndon Johnson were never the same.

MLK LBJ White House 1963

Martin Luther King’s 1967 speech opposing the Vietnam War ended a historic partnership with Lyndon Johnson

Sens. Morse and Fulbright

The 1966 Fulbright hearings on Vietnam parted the curtains on President Johnson’s conduct of the war


The Vietnam Anti-War Movement Legacy for Today’s Returning Veterans

Conflict & Justice