What role did the US Congress play in the Vietnam War?

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What role did the U.S.. Congress play in the Vietnam War?

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The role the U.S.. Congress played in the Vietnam War was it passed a joint resolution to take military action against the National Liberation Front (aka Viet Cong) on August 7, 1964, by a nearly unanimous vote of 88-2 in the Senate and 416-0 in the House.

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