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David G. McDivitt wrote:
> I don't feel such can be said categorically. The degree and type of
> injustice must be weighed, and validated, since injustice is not
> injustice simply because someone says it is. Also, whether the cost of
> war was worthwhile can only be judged afterward, with regard to
> objectives accomplished. If this was not the case we would be morally
> compelled to have a war following every crime, and every bigoted
> utterance.
> >From: al winslow <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >Date: Sat, 02 Sep 2000 06:16:30 -0700
> >
> >> Is injustice a greater evil than war?
> >
> >Yes.
> >
> >Al Winslow


Your question was asked in categorical terms so I answered it that way. 
Before suffering for very long under injustice that could be rectified 
by war and that was serious enough in my mind to require that step then 
I would choose war. If we want to be more detailed about how serious and 
what exact kind of injustice we are talking about then, of course, there 
are lesser and greater injustices and it would require some more 
detailed discussion before anyone could make a serious judgement about 
what the response should be. 

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