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For Ann, she remembers watching images of the Vietnam War on television news during dinnertime and her family's comments that it was 'time to get out' and that the war 'had grown too large'.
Ann says her family was largely against the Vietnam War, and so, though she was in elementary school at the time, she was too.
A lot of different factors affect a person's political socialization.
Personal factors, such as your family, social and economic classes, education and peer groups, all influence your political values.