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Do you think the idea of going to war excites young people today in the same way it did during World War I? Why or why not?
No, the idea of going to war generally does not excite young people today in the same way it did during World War I. Modern perspectives on war emphasize its devastating consequences, both in terms of loss of life and the long-lasting societal impacts. Additionally, advancements in communication and access to information have made people more aware of the complexities and horrors of conflict, leading to a more cautious and critical view of war.
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No, the idea of going to war generally does not excite young people today in the same way it did during World War I. Modern perspectives on war emphasize its devastating consequences, both in terms of loss of life and the long-lasting societal impacts. Additionally, advancements in communication and access to information have made people more aware of the complexities and horrors of conflict, leading to a more cautious and critical view of war.
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