This book is a bit depressing becuase it examines war before it covers peace. However. it is enlightening in that it shows that we as individuals do have power and responsibility on the issue of Peace. Whether you agree with Deepok's political opinions or not, his solution is plausible.
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I'm disappointed because I really like Deepak. But as someone from the south I'm tired of the entire population being painted with a broad brush and southerners used as the bad example. It's no different than saying "________ (fill in an entire part of the world or race) are all (fill in a disparaging remark)." It does not promote peace to disparage a whole section of the country. I'm sure Deepak has many followers there. As for Sherman and his bunch burning Atlanta to the ground, after the Union army finished that feat they turned west and wiped out the natives. No one ever mentions that part. They aren't heroes.