The anti-war movement seems to be at a crossroads these days. The rapid contraction of anti-war activism after George W. Bush left office caused many skeptics, including activists themselves, to wonder if most of the protesters had been more anti-Bush than anti-war. However, there are signs that the ranks of Americans who are determined to protest the evils of war, no matter which party controls the White House, is growing.
|By: daveschwab Wednesday March 24, 2010 9:48 am|
|By: fairleft Thursday October 22, 2009 3:02 pm|
So many of us want out, but the ‘peace’ groups tell us to fight for ‘no change’ in troop levels in Afghanistan. That’s strategically, tragically wrong, and many respected voices tell us both that we must leave Afghanistan and how we can leave.