Infographic of the Week: America Goes to WarRoundup
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Wars have played an important role in the development of the United States of America. From its humble beginnings to the great nation that it has become today, the country’s involvement in wars has been diverse over the years. However, going to war is not always a simple affair, and legislative preparations need to be made. There are many powers within Federal offices, as outlined by the Constitution, which allow the country to officially go to war. Since the birth of the United States, it has been involved in numerous wars, each of which played a pivotal role in determining the direction of the country as a whole. To learn more about America and war, check out the infographic below created by the New England College’s Online Masters in Public Policy program.
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