Conflict is an everyday problem. It is a serious disagreement or argument, but what is the best way to respond to it? There are three main ways that people respond to conflict. They either take action, avoid it, or sacrifice. Overall, the best way to respond to conflict is to take action. People should stand up to problems that can affect them in a bad way. By standing up to conflict, people will possibly be able to make change. Others will also be influenced and stand up too. This essay will explore topics in Elie Wiesel by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Hitler’s Shadow by Susan Campbell Bartoletti, and Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat by Winston Churchill. For these reasons, people can best respond to conflict by taking action and fighting back. People should take action and stand up against problems that can affect them negatively. Elie Wiesel’s “personal experience of the Holocaust led him to use his talents as an author, teacher, and storyteller to defend human rights and peace throughout the world.” At first he kept to himself, but he ended up sharing his experiences during an interview. He wanted to defend human rights. He also “describes his experiences and emotions at the hands of the Nazis during the Holocaust.” By writing a book about his experiences, others will know what he endured. He is taking action. Some might argue that avoiding conflict can be a easier and more peaceful solution, but if you don’t stand up to conflict, you, or others, will continue to be treated unfairly. Taking action will also suggest that people dislike and action or order, and they could possibly bring change. According to Hitler Youth, “Some teachers quit rather than join the Nazis” ( Bartoletti 38). Teachers took action during the time of the Nazis and refused to join them. They showed acts of resistance. The text also states, “Those who refused were dealt with harshly” (Bartoletti 38). The teachers refused to join the Nazis because they knew what they were doing was wrong. While it is true that refusing and standing up to conflict can lead to severe punishments, you should always take action and try to make change in things that are wrong. By taking action, others will see what you are doing and stand up to the situation too. Stated in Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat, “It is victory. Victory at all costs-Victory in spite of all terrors-Victory, however long and hard the road may be, for without victory there is no survival” (Churchill 6). Winston Churchill is taking action and telling the people of England to stand up and help win the war. The text also states, “Come then, let us go forward together with our united strength” (Churchill 6). He wants everyone to come together and help defeat the Nazis. Some fearful people might not stand up and report you to whoever you are taking action against. Although that is true, it is better to take a risk a stand up for what you believe is right. There are many ways to respond to conflict. The best way is to take action and fight back. This conflict is important to study because there are many ways people react to problems. They can avoid them, sacrifice, or take action. There are also many other ways to respond. The best way is to take action because people can make change in what they are fighting for, by standing up others will follow under their lead, and stop actions or orders that are affecting them in a bad way. The sources explored are relevant because they all suggest that these courageous people wanted to take action and stand up for what they believed is right. They knew that they had to something to get what they wanted. The best way to respond to conflict is to take action.