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With God on Our Side Bob Oh the First World War, boys It closed out its fate The reason for fighting I never got straight But I learned to accept it Accept it with pride For you don't count the dead When God's on your side. When the Second World War Came to an end We forgave the Germans And we were friends Though they murdered six million In the ovens they fried The Germans now too Have God on their side. I've learned to hate Russians All through my whole life If another war starts It's them we must fight To hate them and fear them To run and to hide And accept it all bravely With God on my side. But now we got weapons Of the chemical dust If fire them we're forced to Then fire them we must One push of the button And a shot the world wide And you never ask questions When God's on your side. In a many dark hour I've been thinkin' about this That Jesus Christ Was betrayed by a kiss But I can't think for you You'll have to decide Whether Judas Iscariot Had God on his side. So now as I'm leavin' I'm weary as Hell The confusion I'm feelin' Ain't no tongue can tell The words fill my head And fall to the floor If God's on our side He'll stop the next war.
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“The Sick Society”: Violence in Amerika
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Agenda and Key Questions I. My Lai and American Exceptionalism II. The Sick Society III. Violence and Amerika Key Discussion Questions: 1. How did the realization of American violence transform people’s view of the country? What is the role of violence in American
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I. My Lai and American Exceptionalism A. American Exceptionalism Definition: Belief that America is fundamentally different from and, perhaps, superior to all other countries.
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