Peace lasts a little longer than war. But we keep fighting and re-fighting wars because new generations follow the patterns of prior ones. There are not many enduring periods where the U.S. is not engaged in a war. We can’t get past two generations without a war.
I was born during the Vietnam War. My kids were born into the Gulf War II. My parents were born during World War II. Their parents came in between World War I and the Spanish-American War. In between formal wars you had other battles going on. Today, we’re in an era of fighting terrorism. Earlier in the nation’s history we battled Native Americans – the Indians. And when we don’t fight war around the globe, we turn on ourselves with crime, racism, and mayhem.
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