9781413412321

The War on Terror (For the Common Man)

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  • ISBN13:

    9781413412321

  • ISBN10:

    1413412327

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2003-07-01
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corp

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Summary

A war on terror. The concept is frightening all by itself. It invokes visions of a world in chaos being swallowed by a creeping darkness. War is the breakdown of order: Chaos. Terror is the face of evil: Darkness. The question that arises is: How can we utilize the chaos of war to destroy the darkness of terror. As a general rule, chaos is a tool of evil and only serves to make it stronger. Is this the course of our "War on Terror"? Are we going to help terrorists by our very efforts to fight them? Will we use the tools of our enemy to achieve victory?Everyday since September 11th there have been many different experts and politicians debating where our War on Terror was headed and what has been and should be done. The problem is that while many of them may be fully informed about the specifics of what they are talking about, almost none of them seemed to be informed about the foundations of the problem. It is no wonder that most of their "solutions" are vague and offer no definite end to the world's problems with terror. In contrast, most of their criticisms a

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