[Ed. – The benefits of higher education.]
Ahead of Veterans’ Day, Campus Reform Digital Reporter Eduardo Neret went to Howard University in Washington D.C. to ask students to identify a just war in which the U.S. has fought.
Most students could not name a war, arguing that no war was or is justified.
“I feel as though there aren’t any justifiable wars,” one student told Neret.
“I cannot think of a single war that America has been a part of that has been justified,” another student added.
When Neret pressed the student on whether World War II was a just war, the student said it was not.
“I don’t believe America fought that war for the just reasons,” the student answered.
Other students agreed.
“I don’t think [World War II] was necessary,” a different student told Neret.