October 6, 2007

Sun Tzu's The Art of War

The Art of War represents the power of the ancient civilizations of the world, and how to defeat even the strongest of your enemies. Within its text lies the secrets of war. It states that, rather than using raw power to defeat your foes, you should use strategy to break the morale of your opponent and decimate them. The Art of War is so effective, it is even used and read today, not only for combat, but for business as well. Sun Tzu believed that cunning wits and strategy always beats brute force, and I support that belief, too. That is why I believe that The Art of War should be saved. It shows the intelligence and strength of the ancients that many "modern" countries are lacking.

Chosen by
Allen Ma
Dover, NH

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