Phi119assignment 4 (1st essay)

Phi119assignment 4 (1st essay) - Banyei Isoh Professor...

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Banyei Isoh Professor Crosby Due Date: May 14, 2009 U.S.A. Should Not Have Gone To War In Iraq On March 20, 2003 the United States of America declared war on Iraq. The declaration of war took place to engage in the search for weapons of mass destruction. A country that bases itself on democracy should not attack a country that shows no aggression. The U.S. had been invaded a couple years prior and declared a war on terror. There are many alternatives to getting an objective accomplished without going to war. In this paper, first I will argue the premise that being the aggressor always inserts a nation into the wrong. Then I will speak about how the U.S. did not have enough intelligence to make an informed decision, which all will lead to the conclusion that the United States should not have gone to war. When speaking of war, the aggressor is always in the wrong. Starting a war is the wrong thing to do because there is always an alternative to taking the lives of innocent men and women. Violence is never the answer to a problem. There has never been a war in history where someone did not perish. Instead of going to war, speaking should always be the alternative. Eleanor
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2010 for the course BUAD Buad 381 taught by Professor Proctor during the Spring '10 term at Morgan.

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