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Case-Church Amendment

Legislation approved by the U.S. Congress in June 1973, the Case-Church Amendment prohibited further American military involvement in Southeast Asia without the approval of Congress, in effect a reversal of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution that had authorized the president to take action against North Vietnam without a formal declaration of war. The Case-Church Amendment ended direct U.S. military involvement in Vietnam.



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