surrender

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History

 

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Martin W

 

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February 7, 2014

 

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University

 

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World War II was no exception. The Call to Arms came only after Japan's killing of unprepared men in Pearl Harbor. The nation did not see the attack as an attack on a legitimate target but as an immoral attack. Giving in to its warrior spirit, the nation looked for retribution. Unable to shake a conscience developed and tempered by its early religious heritage, though, the nation needed more justification than mere revenge for the coming actions it would take...
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America's policy of "Unconditional Surrender" provided this justification. Implied in Unconditional Surrender was the concept of Unconditional Warfare ? total war. Further implied in the concept of total war was the justification for a fully violent and vengeful response. America needed the moral justification implied in the policy of Unconditional Surrender...
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