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Modern HistoryThe Earth has, since the end of "War to End all Wars" (World War I) become involved in more and more wars, both declared and undeclared. Each war has become more and more costly in lives, stability and material. Many of the nations of the world now have the capacity to disrupt civil discord, economies, food supplies, biological systems, computers, political processes, social cohesion, environments, water supplies, air quality, communication, transportation, not in localized areas but on a world wide scale.
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