The United States Of America Essay

1492 Words May 24th, 2016 6 Pages
The United States of America has had a complex history. Throughout its history it has done many things that its people are proud of and many things that its people are not so proud of. The U.S.A as a country cannot forget about the things the U.S. have done badly in the past but, rather, the U.S. must talk and learn the issues and problems so that Americans can learn from their mistakes and not repeat them. I believe that there are three very important lessons that our country can learn from history. The first lesson that can be learned is that the U.S. does not get involved in war/conflicts in other nations when the war/conflict is between separate parts of country, a civil war or a revolution. Next the U.S. needs to understand that one should not judge another based on their differences but rather need to accept their differences Finally the U.S. realizes that one cannot separate, remove or restrict any group of people that have the same origins. The United States has been involved in many wars and conflicts but the U.S. do not need to get involved in as many of them as the U.S. has in the past. The United States does not need to get involved in wars/conflicts when the wars/conflict is between two parts of country, a civil war or a revolution. One example is the Vietnam War. According to The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People by Alan Brinkley Ho Chi Minh, the leader of North Vietnam, decided to take over South Vietnam because he thought it was time…

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