The Moral Equivalent of War Summary Sentences

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K i r k | 1 Sean Kirk Professor Corner English 110.01 January 25, 2008 Moral Equivalent Summary Sentences 1. People now believe that war is only good for history, and should only be a worst-case scenario when the enemy’s injustice leaves no other choice. 2. In ancient times, it was glorious, prosperous, and even exciting to destroy a neighboring tribe, kill the men, possess the women, and loot the village. 3. With the prices of war being so expensive, civilization finds it more rewarding to plunder other nations through trade rather than war. 4. History shows that throughout time, no details about war and battle were too gory to spare, and that the minds of men fed off such thoughts of violence and bloodshed. 5. War has become part of society, and no matter how much people protest it, government officials must please their people with the demand of war. 6. There is no peace without war, they are one in the same; peace has simply become a synonym for “war expected.” 7. War is not simply a dying trend, but rather a part of life, without which there would be no inclines in life.
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