Summary Of Dissension By Collier And Collier

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Dissension is not worth combat. Collier and Collier try to demonstrate that war does more harm than good, no matter how “right” one side may be. In the novel, the authors contend that war fractures society, and divides country-men. The horrific deaths in war are unsettling and extremely detrimental to the cause. Equally, unfairness will always be a consequence of war. Just like Tim concluded in the book, “I keep thinking that there might have been another way, besides war, to achieve the same end.” (Collier and Collier 211). Even though war can bring resolutions, the resulting consequences outweigh the
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