David \ (Macross3@excite.com)
Sat, 22 Apr 2000 13:08:43 -0700 (PDT)

> THE ASH WAR suggests that capitalism is more important to preserving
> than democracy and, in fact, the protagonist is a benign dictator. It
> posits that warfare is NOT part of human nature and that we go to war
> because the cost of peace becomes higher than the cost of war -- that
> can have painful economic impacts that war alleviates and that many
> industries and commercial enterprises have a stake in delaying peace as
> much as possible. It posits five technologies that will make war
> impossible and ten new weapons based on those technologies that will be
> developed in the final years of warfare, but the overall thrust is that
> humanity is rapidly approaching the point where it will finally outgrow

This work only explores the realm of physical warfare, does it not? What
about wars that are not fought on the battlefield (but may have similar


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