TITLE

The Crisis in the U.S. Anti-War Movement--and How to Overcome It

AUTHOR(S)
Smith, David Michael
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Journal for the Study of Peace & Conflict;2005-2006, p35
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Explores the reasons for the drastic decline in antiwar activism in the U.S. after the outbreak of the Iraq War and suggests steps to revitalize the movement. Factors contributing to the decline of the movement after the fall of Baghdad; Basic political principles for revitalizing the movement; Suggestion to end the war and occupation in Iraq.
ACCESSION #
20999138

 

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