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Date Posted: 07:36:33 12/08/06 Fri
Author: Elliot
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Subject: Re: War is good for the environment?????
In reply to: Robert Rouse 's message, "War is good for the environment?????" on 14:22:26 07/08/06 Sat

I don't really disagree with your analysis. However, what I believe you have overlooked is that during war, the demand curve shifts to other resources. The common analogy for this is called called Guns vs Butter. Is it true that there is more uncertainty during war? Yes, but we should also consider the amount of resources that are then diverted to military assets. Once a baseline is established from this, it would be more effective towards your case

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