Was the “The War on Terror” Justified?

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Was the “The War on Terror” Justified?
War is part of our world. It is an integral part of almost every society’s culture and has occurred in one form or another in every era. It has been said by historians that there has never been a time in recorded history when the world was not at war in one guise or another, from the smallest transgression between tribes to embattled continents . At times war has changed governments, moved borders, wreaked havoc, and created peace. Other times war has done nothing but leave a country and a people broken and bereft. There can be no denying that war serves a purpose: it must or it would not occur so often and with such dramatic results. The question of whether or not war is justified is one of a...
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.....U.S. invasion of Libya on March 19, it is now time to turn our attentions to Africa.
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