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|George W. Bush's Military-Industrial Complex Helen Caldicott. all into the pall of |
conflagration and nuclear winter. You cannot simultaneously prevent and
prepare for war. The very prevention of war requires more faith, courage and
|N onetheless, many have argued that war is often a necessary prelude to peace. |
Others contend that the way to peace is to stop war. Depending on which ... —
Jimmy Carter “You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war.” —Albert
|It is my desire to ensure that “peace studies” be integrated throughout the |
curricula so as to avoid the academic segregation ... regarding the connection
between war and peace: “You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for
war.” Surely ...
|What's interesting to me is that the same people who claim we went to war in Iraq |
so that Dick Cheney could enrich his buddies at Halliburton ... A bumper sticker I
see often says, “You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war.
|Chapter. 2. World. War. II. You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for |
war. Albert Einstein 1879-1955 It wasn't until we started putting together
information for this book that I learned a lot about the war in which I fought and
almost died ...
|STRATEGY. 5. PREEMPT: Squashing. Out. the. “No”. “You cannot |
simultaneously prevent and prepare for war.” —Albert Einstein Einstein was a
genius, there's no denying it. But even geniuses can be wrong sometimes, and
when it comes to ...
|They put about, you know, 60% of the strings where you have to fill out the |
paperwork. I don't ... Third Presidential Debate St. Louis Missouri Oct 17th, 2000
You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war – Albert Einstein 161.
|W can't all be heroes because somebody has to sit on the curb and clap as they |
go by. ” In chess, there are various ... Albert Einstein made the point that “You
cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war. ” We are exploited regularly:
|Chapter 15 The Search for Peace You cannot simultaneously prevent and |
prepare for war. — Albert Einstein Let him who desires peace prepare for war. —
Flavius Vegetius Renatus This chapter takes up man's efforts to end or limit war.