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Unformatted text preview: 4/24/08 • A lot of people form different tastes in regards to food when they are young. • Book in Kerr hall • All sides in war try to justify their actions • It’s not natural for humans to kill, we train them to kill • You have to depict the enemy as sub-human • Justification for Iraq, WMD and the liberations of the Iraqi people • No super power has ever been loved • Super powers try to get what they want, push their power around • British and France were both hated when they were super powers • Most people like the American people but hate the American government • Spain, France, Italy and Germany voted against the war in Iraq • Gandhi broke laws because the laws were unjust • He also broke unnecessary laws • Was a lawyer and had lots of respect • If you compromise, one side gives up something • He wanted mutual agreements • Try to get the movie, Control Room • What can we do to make it right? Gandhian • Tree situations, neighbors • 1) Don’t avoid confrontation...
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This note was uploaded on 06/04/2008 for the course GPS 137 taught by Professor Nash during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.
- Spring '08