Summary Of Climbing The Stairs, By Venkatraman

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The book is called Climbing The Stairs written by Venkatraman. Violence is a better choice than non-violence to resolve the conflict because if we can stop an army or person from killing hundreds of people then it will be worth it to use violence. Non-violence will not work again Japan so violence will be the only way to stop them from advancing to India and with the help of Great Britain they can stop Japan from causing any damage to India. The Japanese will not stop treating people with cruelty and violence is the only way to stop them. Non-violence is a way to deal with people, but violence is a better, more efficient way to deal with horrible people. Violence is a better choice than non-violence because if we can use violence to kill one evil person to stop a war then it will be worth it. Kitta and Vidya are in the middle of a fight about if we should use violence or nonviolence in the war between the axis powers and Kitta claims, “What if by killing one evil man like…show more content…
Violence is a better choice than non-violence because the Japanese began conquering nearby countries and treating people horribly until America joined in the war and used violence to stop the Japanese. During World War II the Americans were fighting the Japanese, “Japan conquered and treated people with cruelty and disrespect. Japan also kills and rapes innocent people” (32.2). Japan seized hold of many cities and treated people horribly and were very brutal. They also kill and rape faultless civilians. Japan used violence to achieve their goals and the only way to stop them is with violence. It is like the saying “Fight fire with fire”. The Japanese use violence and brutality to conquer countries and let their country grow. Their goal is to grow their empire and improve their military. Nonviolence is an idea to stop the Japanese would it would not be successful. If their goal is to grow their empire by seizing countries then using nonviolence is like handing the Japanese the country 's
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