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How does the soldier feel about the cause he is fighting for?

How does the soldier feel about the cause he is fighting for?

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A. He does not feel it is a right thing to be fighting a war for
B. He is confident that it is a JUST (worthy or right) cause to be fighting for.
C. He is unsure of why he is fighting in this war.

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Asked by Ediazjr, Last updated: Jan 14, 2020

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J. Emmerich

J. Emmerich, Web Content Writer, New York City

Answered Jul 30, 2018

The answer to this question is letter B. He is confident that it is JUST (worthy or right) cause to be fighting for. There are a lot of soldiers who join the war not because they were forced to do so or because they felt that they have nothing better to do. Some of them joined because they truly wanted to. They felt that it was their duty in order to protect not only their country but also their people.

They all want to live but they also know that what they are doing is worth dying for. There are a lot of soldiers who experience a lot of trauma when they are exposed to the war. They come back as changed men with views that are different as compared to when they first entered the service.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 16, 2017

He is confident that it is a JUST (worthy or right) cause to be fighting for.
 

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