Who is driving the U.S. war machine?

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The United States, born in the ashes of wars of battles, has been one of the world’s most belligerent countries. Studies show that it’s Washington who has been at war for more than 220 out of its 245-year history. What’s fueling U.S. military actions? Many observers say with America’s military-congressional-industrial complex, peace will never be given a chance. Agree or disagree? #US #War

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