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Deepen the Struggle to Defund the War

The anti-war movement has relearned some valuable lessons. It is incredibly hard to stop a war once plans are in place. And once a war starts, it can take years to slowly change the tide of public opinion. The anti-war … Continue reading

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“We Charge Genocide!”

Let’s talk about the Bush administration’s response to Hurricane Katrina victims in real terms. Let’s name it for what it is: Genocide. That’s what Brother William L. Patterson did in 1951 after the UN Convention on Genocide went into effect. … Continue reading

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Resisting Occupation: Context and Tasks

Resisting Occupation: Context and Tasks Download this piece as a PDF

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Against Occupation! Against Empire!

Against Occupation! Against Empire! Download this piece as a PDF

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Military Matters #15 — War Bulletin #2: Visions & Revisions

There have been two predictable aspects of Bush's war, one political and one related to the actual conduct of the war. These are not separable. The political destruction of Bush and his clique may well have been stamped and waiting … Continue reading

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The Anti-War Struggle As Iraq Is Invaded

The Anti-War Struggle As Iraq Is Invaded Download this piece as a PDF

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20 Thoughts on the Tasks of the Anti-War Movement

20 Thoughts on the Tasks of the Anti-War Movement Download this piece as a PDF

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Points on the Drive to War Against Iraq and Our Movement

Points on the Drive to War Against Iraq and Our Movement Download this piece as a PDF

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Bush, Abortion, AIDS and Genocide

George W. Bush opened his presidency with an act of genocide. This is not overheated radical rhetoric. It is a simple statement of fact. Bush's first official act in office was to ban all US aid to any family planning … Continue reading

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