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Throughout the past 70 years the US has been involved in hundreds of conflicts all around the globe Every time the United States troops are deployed to a foreign country citizens of the US want to know why People begin to ask questions like what is the purpose of this or what is the nature of our involvement Nobody wants to see the strong youth of our nation shipped of to a foreign country to get slaughtered without good cause Millions of American men and women have devoted their lives to the service and protection of the freedoms that we as citizens of the United States hold dear These people deserve the utmost respect from all citizens of the United States When the government of our country see fit our troops are sent to fight often in places that they have never even heard of When they return they are heroes to be revered or are they All to often things go wrong in these foreign countries and the soldiers often end up taking the brunt of the nations frustration When the government makes mistakes and things do go wrong it causes the citizen of the US to closer analyze the situation The citizens of the United States want some answers and the government often fails in its attempts to satisfy the publics need to know Ever since the beginning of the US the government have come up with one reason or another to start or get involved in conflicts that should have otherwise been left alone One of the first and most prominent examples of this is the almost total enialation of the Native American population in this country Is the destruction of a culture and a society as vast as that of the Native Americans really morally and ethically permissable The United States government thought that it was According to them it was Gods own destiny for them to conquer the entire continent
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