The movements and protests across the United States getting involved in the Vietnam War began incredibly small. Despite the hard war, people still protested and this made it very difficult on the US government. However, it did gain popularity in the nation in 1963-1965, after the problem arose about the US starting to bomb North Vietnam and it started attracting a large base of people who decided to join the protests over the next three years. After the incident in the Gulf of Tonkin problem it was very clear that not a lot of people would start protesting against the US decision, of their military to support South Vietnam. On August 2nd 1964, 3 North Vietnamese torpedos were sent in the Gulf of Tonkin. They fired back to defended theirselves, hitting all 3 torpedo boats. One of the torpedos sank. The US then sailed back to international oceans. On August 3rd, They were told to back into the gulf of tonkin and he once again was told that his ship was under attack, once it crossed the line into North Vietnamese ocean boarders. However, later a letter contradicted this act and the result. In the letter, they told people that their men over-reacted about the situation and that it was a crazy weather action, that could have made his men to make this big mistake. This pissed off both countries citizens and therefore, was an increibly hard event to understand and comprehend.The fight was sold to the US citizens as a large, wealthy, and powerful country, the US “had”, would have absoultuely no problems beating a Third World country that was North Vietnam. Some of the US citizens were able to tell this was a war the would be impossible to win, these were the citizens that protested. The government knew that what happened in South Vietnam could or would happen elsewhere, called the Domino Theory, unless America would have to use their government and military to stop this. US getting invloved in the war was for the US involoved with the Vietnam War was pretty much tooken as a “patriotic venture” so only a few citizens were ready to protest, until the US started bombing North Vietnam around 1965. Since the US was lying to their people, some people protest to help other beileve that they were lying, but it could not be garrenteed.The protests against the fight started to arose when body bags, of young men, started to come back to America in high numbers. US citizens were problemed that thefight that the US was told the public about was one where victory was definite, but really it was retaking many young lives. America did not only sacrifice their male youth, but the government was putting the death of kids, not only in South Vietnam, but also in North Vietnam, with the bombings that was happening on almost the daily. Despite the hard war, people still protested and this made it very difficult on the government. However, it did gain popularity in the nation in 1963-1965, after the problem arose about the US starting to bomb North Vietnam and it started attracting a large base of people who decided to support it over the next three years. After the Gulf of Tonkin problem it became very clear that a few people would start protesting against the US decision of their army to go with South Vietnam. The fight was sold to the US citizens as one where a large, wealthy, and powerful country, the US “had”, would have few problems beating a Third World country that we considered North Vietnam. The protests against the fight started to arose when bodies, of young men, started to come back to America in high numbers. They protested because they wanted to stop something or someone, they believe in something, or because they wanted to protect themselves and others.