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Why I Ran

A little bit of both. It was mostly political because I really didn’t feel like they had proven that there was any reason for us to be over there. They [the Bush administration] hadn’t proven there were weapons of mass destruction.

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Iraq: Beyond the Horizon, The Storm

Finally, climactic possibilities, if not the endgame, are ahead in Iraq. The peace movement can shape the outcome by maintaining a pressure role in close political races, blocking military recruiters on campuses.

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Resist Military Recruiting!

For over 20 years May 15 has been celebrated as International Conscientious Objectors Day. Each year activities are focused in a country where war objectors are being harassed or persecuted. This year the international focus is on the United States’ denial of the right of soldiers to object.

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Celebrate Resistance to the Military

Army Conscientious Objector and mother who is a writer, speaker, and community activist on issues of peace and justice. She has been a leader in the counter-recruitment movement and in counseling soldiers who are resisting the Iraq War.

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Behind the Military Revolt

In that epic drama, Truman was unquestionably correct — MacArthur, the commanding general in Korea and a towering World War II hero, publicly questioned Truman’s strategy in Korea and had to be removed.

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The men-only military draft has been ruled unconstitutional. Mandatory registration must now include women or be ended for ALL.

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