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Best Answer Marisaupa says
I agree with your answer, but we all know that the property of language is that the expressions take flight on its own regardless of the context of their creation. Nowadays, we win by seducing, not by using landmines.
The way I see it, seduction by language is simply a form of enticement. Sometimes enticement by words is all that is needed to win. However, past and present, sometimes one needs more than simple seduction. Ask Hussien, Qaddafi, Bin Laden...
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Brian L. Powell says
If we assume a campaign is a 'fight,' we assume more than just resistance. We assume counter-attack. As Mother Teresa is reputed to have said, I won't fight against .......but I will work for........ The meaning? Fighting weakens us.