Category: Anti-war

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Zoltan Grossman: The War at Home Meets the Wars Abroad

Things will not always stay the same, and old patterns do not have to be repeated. If social movements remain brave and unpredictable, they can move mountains

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Ted Glick: Disruption and Sacrifice

Yes, we can make a new world if we’re willing to undertake the kinds of action called for, actions that become a major component of the new normal of social justice and climate activism in this decisive teens decade

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David Swanson: Torture “Architect” Mistaken in Claim Nobody’s Punished for Drone Murders

He’s wrong that no one is punished for drone murders. The protesters are.

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David Swanson: Elizabeth Warren Could Use Some Elizabeth Peacen

When a candidate is never asked about a subject, most people simply imagine the candidate shares their own view. This is why it’s important to ask

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Tom Hayden: John Kerry Said What?

Welcome to year ten of the long war

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Adam Hochschild: Why No One Remembers the Peacemakers

Celebrating War Over and Over and Peace Once

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David Swanson: How Is a Prison Like a War?

The similarities between mass incarceration and mass murder have been haunting me for a while

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David Swanson: The World Gets the Wars Americans Deserve

Nobody with the easy ability to do something about it cares. The people under the bombs care

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Eric Mann: Veterans: Your Only Real Friend is the Anti-War Movement

We have to cut down U.S. invasions by 100 percent, close down U.S. military bases by 100 percent, and reduce the U.S. military budget for aggressive interventions by 100 percent

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Bruno Jäntti: No Apologies: U.S. Aggression Against Vietnam

What does the general picture on U.S. aggression look like?

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