How a Country’s Military Shapes the Country’s Social Perspective

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How a Country’s Military Shapes the Country's Social Perspective
Social perspectives are shaped by war. That is obvious. What is less obvious is how an individual country’s military shapes its specific social perspective. In the world climate of today, the most pivotal and interesting example of this relationship between a war machine and the electorate’s attitude toward its nation’s war machine is in the United States.
This relationship is bizarre and fascinating because the United States is both aggressive with its military and also aggressively liberal. Its hugely plural society runs the gambit from those who oppose war at any costs to people who think war is legitimate under even the scantest of causes. And though the American media is...
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