Category: Anti-war

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David Swanson: If We Dislike War Like We Dislike Cancer

What if a campaign to abolish war were to learn a few tricks from the campaign to abolish breast cancer?

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David Swanson: War in Our Collective Imagination

I want to celebrate those who resist and oppose war, not those who engage in it

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David Swanson: Truman Lied, Hundreds of Thousands Died

When Truman lied to America that Hiroshima was a military base rather than a city full of civilians, people no doubt wanted to believe him

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Kevin Zeese: People Are Mobilizing

The people of the United States no longer support war and the people of the world are rebelling against US rule

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David Swanson: Planning for a Day of Peace

Peace deserves more than empty platitudes compatible with the preservation of war as our largest public project

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Medea Benjamin: On July 4, Be a Patriot

Stop Another US Military Intervention in Iraq

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David Swanson: Pay No Attention to the Apocalypse Behind the Curtain

The United States doesn’t need another peace prize for a war maker, it needs a popular movement for the abolition of war

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Chris Hedges: Pity the Children

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will be over soon. We will leave behind, after our defeats, wreckage and death, the contagion of violence and hatred, unending grief, and millions of children who were brutalized and robbed of their childhood

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Howard Zinn: Growing Up Class-Conscious

A memoir focusing on what influences led to becoming active. Part of the Being Left Series published in Z Magazine in 1998

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David Swanson: Mass Murderers Brazenly Discuss Tools of Trade

War has taken 200 million lives in the past 100 years and cost the world $2 trillion a year–and the U.S. half of that.

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