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To Help or Not The United States has moral political and medical obligation to help underfed and undernourished people in countries Countries around the world have millions of people who are starving and unable to feed their people for many different reasons The United States the only country that could help other countries without causing hardships For its self should help The people of the United States have a moral obligation to help feed the world In every faith that is practiced in America people are told to the feed the hungry It is wrong to watch people starve and die when you can feed them The States make more food in one harvest season than a third world country can produce all year and with that it would be morally wrong for our government to waste food when have so much that could be used to feed people who cannot feed themselves Second reason for America to feed poor countries is for political reasons When the government sends food to countries that need it help its great for America and makes us look good The United States may use the food as a deterrent and keep the people in line and not causing trouble When other nations see what how were are trying help we gain there favor and they help us in international politics Overall the United States have many different political reasons helping end hunger The third reason for the US to help feed other countries is medically One reason for helping feed other countries is to end starvation Death caused by underfed people can cause diseases and affect the people living in that part of the country With all the death being caused by undernourished people it will hit the population size very hard The medical problems caused by starvation are a major reason for the United States to help In Conclusion The United States should be
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