War with an abstract noun
: Imre Salusinszky, columnist on The Australian, writes about the inexplicable resistance of the resistance to the war on terror
One of the things you hear said about Australia, too, during World War II is that people put aside their differences and pulled together when confronted with a common foe who threatened everything they held dear. If that is so, it raises all the more insistently the puzzle of why the war on terror, rather than drawing everyone together once again, appears only to have deepened existing divisions.
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