Sunday, September 25, 2005

Washington Post: Growing Anger in War Opposition

This provides a good cross section of war opposition. Opponents come from many places, some from the suburbs and some from the battlefield, but the shared anger and dissatisfaction seems to be stronger and have more longevity than some anicipated. These soldiers, mothers, and others should be commended because the struggle to change the culture of war can only be won with people who are willing to do the long, hard, and unglamorous fighting longer than the people who think we need war to survive.


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