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Is war good or bad for economy?? HELP!.?

Can someone pleaseeeeeee help me and tell if the war is BAD or GOOD for the economy using a little fact, Thank youuuuuu!. xoxo

Asked By: idk - 4/13/2009
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Is war good for the economy ? In World War II the war helped the economy and helped create jobs for women. With many young men off at war it forced women into the work place this over time created a larger work force who became part of the tax revenue pool. In World War II we were a manufacturing nation so many of... More
Answered By: Coors - 4/13/2009
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awful! War costs money, it's not lucrative at all- no profit, just bragging rights when/if we "win."
Answered By: J - 4/13/2009
 
Dumb question; War results in spending money which in turn hurts the economy.
Answered By: Matt Strader - 4/13/2009
 
War always pays the bills. See: Wilson (D) WWI FDR (D) WWII Truman (D) Korea Johnson (D) Viet Nam Obama(D) (you fill in the blank)
Answered By: Agent Smith - 4/13/2009
 
War is bad for the economy, unless you plunder enough.
Answered By: Vajradharma - 4/13/2009
 
where is critical. war in your country is very bad -- check Bosnia, for example. war destroys capital goods and stops work. Thus, both hours worked and the leverage used while working fall and, therefore, people's incomes plunge dramatically... More
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Answered By: Spock (rhp) - 4/13/2009
 
A nation's economy : Bad The economic situation of the Military-Industrial Complex : Very good. :-(
Answered By: researcher_64 - 4/13/2009
 
It is automatically good if a Socialist is in office... More
Answered By: nineteenkilo30hotel - 4/13/2009
 
War is great for the economy. WWII got us out of the Depression, not the New Deal. Do some research and you will find that is the truth.
Answered By: America 101 - 4/13/2009
 
Countries in turmoil do not expand their economy. Sometimes war can not be avoided though. Evil grows where it is allowed to grow unchallenged.
Answered By: Paul G - 4/13/2009
 
War is great benefit to the economy. It creates jobs for people who are unwilling or are uncapable of getting jobs in the mainstream. The draft should be re-instated and every 18 year old should be forced into the service. Can't you just see the gang members running away because their drugs and guns have become... More
Answered By: Norma - 4/13/2009
 
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