A Separate Peace

What unusual view does Finny have about the war? Why do you think he holds this view?

Chapter 8

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Finny doesn't think much of it. In his opinion, the war was waged by a bunch of "fat old men" who ran the country and needed a way to control the population,

"The fat old men who don't want us crowding them out of their jobs. They've made it all up. There isn't any real food shortage, for instance. The men have all the best steaks delivered to their clubs now."