chapter  14
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Social Movements, States and the Modern World-system

When they were boys they formed a gentle gang of strong ties. They were growing up after a great war that had affected all in their nation and many millions around their world. Children in their country did not directly experience the horrors of war as had children the world over. Yet, spared the worst pain, they suffered the second worse. These boys were too young to have known much of their fathers before they left for war.