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Towards the end of World War II, a large number of people, in a high-profile gathering, in the U.S. They feel that their economic prosperity is largely due to the ongoing war economy. The group thinks that the problems of political and economic despair can always arise if there is a real plan for peace and armed conflict. If there is an alarm that peace talks are likely to break out, leave out the planned agreements, the shares will show the 'fear of peace', which the jitters are doing.

When there is an increase in unemployment and the masses demand action, the government often justifies itself by talking about spending or money to ensure that the country's borders are safe from terrorist attacks. Decisions in the arms race are among the reasons, in the middle of World War III. This is because the elite people in the U.S. They often accept the state of military warfare.

These people, it seems, are incapable of making the necessary decisions to stop this war against the Third World War. The reasons often vary depending on the nature and structure of the military, political and economic institutions, depending on the circumstances in which scholars, the masses, and the public are forced to fall. The military men and their institutions have instilled fear among the citizens which has led to a state of political and economic withdrawal.

The fame of America’s endless war is the result of a national character and its historical development. War is not something that is highly measured. From an elite government focused on a particular system of public economy. The preparation and start of the war formed the basic politics of the ruling class and reflected the intentions and driving of the social structure.

Given the relationship between economic systems and military machinery, it is known that the military played a role, at least in part, in achieving the goals of capitalism. On the other hand, the economy operates a military machine. Not that military power has now become a major tool for economic policies; but the military, to some extent, is used as an end and economic policy is their way.

Politically, there is a conflict between decisions, independent officials, and the masses. Rulers, on their own, tend to defend their rights, profits, and positions at all costs, even if it is atomic extinction. The masses, on the other hand, and the rest of the world can lose everything, from nuclear war to fear of its own prospects.

This group, however, does not recognize, directly, the extraordinary connection that exists between the threat of atomic extinction and capitalism. Whichever side wins the other, it will be the biggest decision where peace or war will lie. Although Washington's legislatures are accused of negligence, the military, on the other hand, is also acting recklessly to the American people and to the general public, despite protests against this.

To end the war machine permanently, we need to change the course and minds of powerful men, commanders, because only such a group has the power to make history, and war control elements are often found in the elite power of thinking, a major factor being the correction of violent influence. The Third World War can only be prevented.