Book Review: The 12 Steps to Peace

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Wars are almost as old as the world itself. During the early years, clans killed one another for pride and land. Troops of various descent pillaged villages and cities to establish domination. The idea of conquering the world was not a product of mere illusion at all. 
 
Fast forward to hundreds of years after, wars still continue to thrive. Though the reasons may have changed, only one thing remains the same: they only feed violence and deep loss. 
 
In 2011, over $1 trillion of taxpayers’ money was used for the Iraqi War. More than 4,000 U.S. troops died, and around 55 percent were no more than 25 years old, and 19 percent died in non-hostility. 
 

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