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Substitute for War in "The Moral Equivalent of War"

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The Moral Equivalent of War, William James, 1910

James, William. "The Moral Equivalent of War." Constitution.org. Constitution Society, n.d. Web. 4 May 2016.

Which of the following does James NOT offer as a substitute for the "glory and shame" (line 4) what come from war?

A

preservation of "old elements of army discipline" (line 82)

B

"a simple pleasure economy" (lines 83-84)

C

"new energies and hardihoods" (line 88-89)

D

"martial virtues" (line 90)

E

"contempt of softness" (line 91)