During World War I, nearly 40% of all casualties were caused by machine-gun fire. Some historians describe the effect of the machine gun as a weapon of mass destruction (WMD). Paul Farhi (2003), in “The Soothing Sound of Fighting Words” in The Washington Post, cited a quote by historian Paul Fussell on the subject: “A machine gun, properly fired, is a weapon of mass destruction. We’re pretending that only awful and sinister people own weapons of mass destruction. We own them, too. We just call them something else” (para. 18). However, history has proven that a weapon in the hands of a well-trained sniper can cause numerous deaths and casualties.
October 17, 2018
Describe several points on the topic of CSR, including ethics. For each of the points you mention, include specific supporting information from the textbook (you may summarize, quote, or paraphrase) to provide support for your point of view. Explain how the passages support your opinion. Write your critique in standard essay form with a minimum of 500 words in APA format. 
October 17, 2018

It is common knowledge that China developed the use of black powder explosives long before WWI and WWII. Black powder and more advanced explosives were used as weapons of mass destruction (WMD) throughout WWI and WWII. Discuss the development and use of specific WMD (black powder and advanced explosives) during these World Wars.Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

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