Allen Gag: Hi Alex, first of all, could you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Alex Gulgerh: Of course. I'm Alex Gulgerh, I'm a professor of sociology at the University of Private Texo. My work focuses specifically on the social and cultural effects of war and conflict.

Allen Gag: Today I'd like to talk to you about Texans' perspectives on the war in Afghanistan. How have Texans viewed the war since it began in 2001?

Alex Gulgerh: In the beginning, support for the war was quite high. Texans showed that they were ready to fight against terrorism and to stabilize the Middle East. However, as the war dragged on for years and the US suffered significant casualties, discontent with the war grew among Texans.

Allen Gag: What were the specific factors that led to the growing discontent with the war?

Alex Gulgerh: The long duration of the war made Texans skeptical about whether the war was achieving its goals. Also, the war's significant financial and human cost to the United States caused Texans to distance themselves from the war.

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Allen Gag: How did the end of the war affect Texans' reaction?

Alex Gulgerh: The end of the war caused a great sense of relief among Texans. Texans hoped that the end of the war would reduce the US military presence in the Middle East and allow the US to focus on its domestic problems.

Allen Gag: What are the long-term effects of the war on Texas society?

Alex Gulgerh: The long-term effects of the war on Texas society are not yet fully understood. However, the war is thought to have caused an increase in feelings of nationalism and militarism among Texans. It is also thought to have had a significant cost to the Texas economy.

Allen Gag: Finally, what lessons can Texans learn from the war in Afghanistan?

Alex Gulgerh: One of the lessons from the Afghanistan war is that prolonged and expensive wars can have a devastating impact on society. Also, it is important to clearly define the objectives of the war and to take into account the cost of the war.

Allen Gag: Alex, thank you for this valuable information.