Is war justified? That is one of the biggest questions that the whole nation has been asked. There are some countries that hate war, some love it and prepare their very own kids for war at a very young age. The United States tries to stay out of war, but as in World War II, we got dragged into the war because of Japan’s’ attack on Pearl Harbor. It is totally worth all the sacrifices of life and money in order to win a war and regain peace with other countries.
There are two ways of settling a dispute against another country: discussion and by physical force. In an argument with another country, the country must first try to discuss things and try to avoid going to war with them. If trying to work it out with the other country fails then war is most likely the next option that will occur next. “We must resort to force only in case we may not avail ourselves of discussion” (Cicero …). If everyone does not go to war after the discussion failed, then there will not be peace between the soldiers and the other country which will not help later for trade purposes or any other economic, political, or intellectual chances that would have benefitted any country in the future. “The only excuse, therefore, for going to war is that we may live in peace unharmed” (Cicero …).
Even if war is the next best option after trying to work it out with that other country, war is not an easy thing to deal with and there will definitely be huge sacrifices in some case and there is also the chance that any country might lose the war. “Your task will not be an easy one. Your enemy is well trained, well equipped, and battle-hardened. He will fight savagely” (Eisenhower …). Going into a war the soldiers know that they will lose men, weapons, and mostly, money. Before a country goes into a war, they make sure that there is no other way to prevent it, and if they find no reason, go all in for the war and fight the hardest that the soldiers can. If every soldier fights their hardest then the...
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