Eastern Wake: Opinion

May 23, 2014 1:18 PM

Editorial: Death in war serves no purpose

Death is part of war. The United States, for all the pride it has in its role as a world superpower, has an awfully long list of men and women who perished in war helping build or retain that position.

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