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Unjustifiable wars and moral imperatives: Another veteran speaks out

by Michael J. Corgan I am writing in response to the recent post on anti-war veteran activist, Ross Caputi.  I don’t consider myself a pacifist since I believe there will always be those who choose to resort to war for little … Continue reading

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Seeking War No More

By Edward Agro Given that an antiwar movement in the U.S., where rampant militarism is the norm, must cast its nets impossibly wide, it’s no wonder that the nonviolent struggle to build a world without war draws proponents from every … Continue reading

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A resolution for Labor Day

“Whereas, the appalling loss of life which will inevitably result…will fall with crushing force on the working class alone…., and
Whereas, no possible outcome of such an international war can benefit to any extent whatever the workers, whose enemies are not the workers of other nations, but … Continue reading

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