Letters to the Editor

 
Dear Editor,

Regarding the topic of the conduct of WWI on our home front, it is clear that the US has conducted itself perfectly throughout the war.  The US has managed to keep the war away from us at all costs.  They have made sure that the war stays as far away from the United States soil as possible.  We did our best to stay out of the war completely, until we had no choice but to enter.  Once the US had entered the war, it only acted in areas that were completely necessary for the protection of the United States citizens.  It is my personal opinion that the US did the best they could to conduct this war in a fashion, where we did as little fighting as possible.  The US did exactly what needed to be done, and they conducted the war in as clean a way as possible.


Sincerely,
Robert James
 
    Dear Editor,

           Many people think that the way we are treating the Philippines is unconstitutional and very ethically wrong, many complain about the U.S.’s reasons for going to war with the Philippines. What you may not know is that we own the Philippines and they are fighting in resistance to that. WE would not have to destroy villages and kill many civilians if the natives did not use guerilla warfare and simply complied with our overtaking of their country. The Philippines will play a vital role in trade with China once we take total control of it. The placement of the Philippines makes it a perfect base for us to negotiate and trade out of.  If we want to advance in economic power look no further than the Philippines.

Sincerely,
Thomas Smith

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