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The questions that need to be answered are complex Shall the United States declare war and be the great and mighty defender of all nations As a super power to we have an obligation to rid the world of hierarchies and tyrannical governmental systems Or should we focus on our internal problems on the homefront ensuring that the freedom is ensured for all Americans before prancing the world in an attempt to save other nations The differing viewpoints of President Wilson as evidenced in his speech to Congress on April 2 1917 will be compared with those viewpoints of Eugene V Debs in his speech at Canton Ohio on June 16 1918 Woodrow Wilson is asking Congress to essential change its military practices and put aside all restraints of humanity He proposes to declare war against Germany and fight as the Germans fight without regard for human life or property He says that this is not a war against the German people because they had no part in the decisions of their government But rather this is a war against all nations In order to ensure freedom for US citizens we must fight as the Germans fight Armed neutrality is impracticable No longer should we be a nation of peace He believes that the only solution is for the US to exert all its efforts and resources to essential destroy the German government including loss of life of innocent people Eugene Debs attacks the American government and refers to it as Capitalist War Monger He criticizes the American government and Woodrow Wilson in particular and says essential that our government is no better than theirs is Here in the US since the early colonial days Americans have fought to ensure their rights first from England and then continued to fight against the class systems within this country The wealthy have historically controlled the working class
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