Watch: Marshall Curry on Whether War is Inevitable

Friday, February 17, 2012 - 10:47 AM

Marshall Curry, documentary filmmaker and director of the Oscar nominated film "If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front," recently visited the WNYC studios. He answered the question at the center of our seriesĀ End of War: Is War Inevitable?


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Comments [1]

Lee Freeman from Somerset, NJ

War is not inevitable anymore. The media has shown the horrors of the results so the public has had enough.

But to end war, we must make sure nobody can get rich making war. Haliburton is an easy example of companies who have the political power and resources to keep us well supplied and at war so they can continue to make an insane fortune.

When war is legislated and influenced by the government, not lobbyists for manufacturers, war can end.

When there is no profit in war, war will end. Simple.

Feb. 17 2012 12:23 PM

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