Torres.J.Article.Analysis.Wk6

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Torres.J.1 Wk 6 Article Analysis Do citizens have a moral obligation to serve their country when it is at war? Under what circumstances, if any, is it ethical for a person to refuse to serve? Is anything considered ethical when it comes to war? Do politicians and other world leaders think rationally when it comes to war, I don’t think so. Each country starts acting foolish if you ask me, with promises of bigger weapons and better tactics. To me war is like a big game of chicken, going head first at each other until one side gives up first. Most of the time countries are fighting mainly amongst the politicians only and still they drag the innocent civilians to fight their battles, creating an illusion they are fighting for their country. That’s why I believe citizens do not have a moral obligation to serve their country when it is at war, because some people have special circumstances, and most importantly the right to choose for ones’ self. First of all, some men have special circumstances or a condition which prevents their activity within the military. For example there have been a few revisions made to the U.S. conscription A.K.A the
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course ECON 312 taught by Professor Thritle during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Chicago.

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